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2011-12 Armstrong Roster

2010-11 Armstrong Men’s Basketball Squad. Standing (l-r): DeVon Jones, Allen Love, Zac Hale, Antroine Williford, J.C. Winn, Stephen Davis, Antonio Loyd, Keyshore Williams. Sitting (l-r): Aric Miller, Grant Domsic, Mychal Horn, Austin Edens, Chris Vanlandingham, Zach Corliss. Not pictured: Shema Sabiiti.

2011-12 Armstrong Atlantic State University Pirate Basketball Roster Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Pos. Hometown/Previous School 1 Austin Edens 6-0 185 Sr. G Lexington, S.C./Spartanburg Methodist JC 2 Aric Miller 6-3 185 Jr. G Stone Mountain, Ga./Bethune-Cookman 3 Mychal Horn 5-10 175 Sr. G Alexandra, La./Southeastern Oklahoma State 4 Zac Hale 6-4 185 Fr. F Rome, Ga./Coosa HS 5 Grant Domsic 6-2 205 Sr. G Orlando, Fla./Newberry College 10 Chris Vanlandingham 6-4 200 Sr. G Hendersonville, N.C./North Henderson HS 11 Zach Corliss 6-2 175 Jr. G Fletcher, N.C./West Henderson HS 12 Allen Love 6-3 200 Soph. G Atlanta, Ga./Riverwood HS 14 Antonio Loyd 6-6 195 Jr. F Alapaha, Ga./Abraham Baldwin AC 22 Keyshore Williams 6-3 175 Sr. G Atlanta, Ga./Atlanta Metro JC 23 Stephen Davis 6-4 205 Jr. F Lilburn, Ga./Georgia Perimeter College 24 DeVon Jones 6-6 215 Sr. F Jackson, Tenn./Wallace State CC (Ala.) 32 Antroine Williford 6-7 220 Jr. F Bainbridge, Ga./Chattahoochee Valley CC 33 J.C. Winn 6-5 230 Jr. F Winnsboro, La./Southern Union CC 34 Shema Sabiiti 6-6 195 Fr. G/F Augusta, Ga./Cross Creek HS Head Coach: Jeremy Luther (North Greenville, ‘99) Assistant Coaches: Evans Davis (Mercer, ‘00), Patrick Slonaker (Boston College, ‘10)


Table of Contents Contents

2011-12 Roster/Team Photo............................................................................... IFC 2011-12 Outlook................................................................................................. 2-3 Head Coach Jeremy Luther.....................................................................................4 Assistant Coaches Evans Davis and Patrick Slonaker............................................5 2011-12 Player Profiles..................................................................................... 6-16 This is Savannah...................................................................................................17 Armstrong Atlantic State University.....................................................................18 Armstrong Administration....................................................................................19 Armstrong Athletic Department Staff...................................................................20 Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center..........................................................21 Armstrong Athletic Training Staff........................................................................22 2011-12 Opponents......................................................................................... 23-25 Armstrong Basketball Media Services..................................................................26 2010-11 Season Review........................................................................................27 2010-11 Results/Statistics............................................................................... 28-29 The Peach Belt Conference............................................................................. 30-36 Armstrong Records......................................................................................... 37-40 Honors.................................................................................................................. 41 Ashley Dearing Cup..............................................................................................42 All-Time Records / Results............................................................................. 43-50 Armstrong Basketball Sponsors............................................................................51 2011-12 Armstrong Men’s Basketball Schedule................................................. BC

Quick Facts

Location................................................................................. Savannah, Ga. 31419 Founded............................................................................................................1935 Enrollment........................................................................................................7,650 Nickname.......................................................................................................Pirates Colors........................................................................................... Maroon and Gold Athletics Webpage........................................................www.armstrongpirates.com Affiliation.................................................................................... NCAA Division II Conference.............................................................................................. Peach Belt Home Gym.........................................................................................Alumni Arena Capacity...........................................................................................................4,000 President................................................................................Dr. Linda M. Bleicken Athletic Director.................................................................................. Lisa Sweany Women’s Basketball Head Coach..................................................... Jeremy Luther Record at Armstrong (Years).....................................................................26-28 (2) Overall Coaching Record (Years)..............................................................59-52 (4) 2010-11 Overall Record.................................................................................. 14-12 2010-11 PBC Record/Finish............................................................. 8-10 / 5th East Assistant Coaches.................................................... Evans Davis, Patrick Slonaker

Credits

The 2011-12 Armstrong Atlantic State University men’s basketball yearbook was published by the Armstrong Office of Sports Communications, Chad Jackson, director. For more information regarding the Armstrong men’s basketball program, please contact: Chad Jackson Jeremy Luther Director of Sports Communications Head Men’s Basketball Coach Phone: 912-344-3114 Phone: 912-344-2992 Fax: 912-344-3422 Fax: 912-344-3422 E-Mail: Chad.Jackson@armstrong.edu E-Mail: Jeremy.Luther@armstrong.edu

Armstrong Athletic Department Phone Directory Main Numbers Athletic Department Athletics FAX

912-344-2813 912-344-3422

Administration Lisa Sweany, Athletic Director Jennifer Rushton, Assoc. AD / Compliance Chad Jackson, Sports Communications Michael Smoose, Assistant AD / Business Alan Segal, Assistant AD / Facilities Dr. Donald Anderson, Compliance Ken Tessier, Head Athletic Trainer Caroline Trier, Asst. Athletic Trainer Lindsay Stefanini, Grad. Asst. Compliance

912-344-2730 912-344-3368 912-344-3114 912-344-3236 912-713-7397 912-344-2726 912-344-2866 912-344-2866 912-344-2813

Coaching Staff Joe Roberts, Baseball Calvain Culberson, Asst. Baseball Jeremy Luther, Basketball (Men’s) Evans Davis, Asst. Men’s Basketball Patrick Slonaker, Asst. Men’s Basketball Matt Schmidt, Basketball (Women’s) Michelle Manfredi, Asst. Wm. Basketball Chris Gillett, Asst. Wm. Basketball Alan Segal, Men’s Cross Country Michael Butler, Men’s & Women’s Golf Simon Earnshaw, Tennis David Secker, Asst. Tennis Eric Faulconer, Women’s Soccer Ted Evans, Softball Ashley Bain, Asst. Softball Will Condon, Volleyball Alli Arbogast, Asst. Volleyball

912-344-2694 912-344-3147 912-344-2992 912-344-2690 912-344-2598 912-344-3110 912-344-2674 912-344-3117 912-713-7397 912-344-2752 912-344-3195 912-344-3195 912-344-3095 912-344-2727 912-344-2727 912-344-3239 912-344-3206

Other Numbers Press Table (Basketball) Armstrong Training Room

912-344-3200 912-344-2729 912-344-2866

Armstrong has made eight NCAA Championships appearances in school history

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2011-12 Season Preview

Pirates expect to fly high

Head coach Jeremy Luther’s second season at the helm of the Armstrong Atlantic State University men’s basketball squad was filled with highs and lows as the Pirates knocked off two nationally-ranked teams during the season, but a late-season collapse kept Armstrong out of the PBC Tournament for the first time since 1996. Coach Luther’s squad was the second highestscoring offense in the Peach Belt a season ago, averaging 75.7 points per game, and with the addition of six newcomers to nine returnees from 2010-11, the Pirates should be even better offensively this year. The returning point guard tandem of seniors Austin Edens (6-0, 165, Lexington, S.C.) and Mychal Horn (5-10, 175, Alexandria, La.) bring another year of key experience in Coach Luther’s offensive system and each will look to make strides in directing the Pirate attack. Horn ranked among the PBC’s leaders in assist/turnover ratio (2.10) while Edens also collected more assists than turnovers as the duo combined to dish out 5.8 assists per contest. Senior Chris Vanlandingham (6-4, 200, Hendersonville, N.C.) earned third-team All-Peach Belt Conference honors for leading the Pirates in scoring with a 15.0 ppg average in 2010-11. The guard needs just 272 points to become the 18th player to reach the 1,000 point club at Armstrong, and the Senior Chris Vanlandfirst since 2008. ingham earned 2010-11 Vanlandingham Third-Team All-Peach will be joined in Belt honors, leading the backcourt by the Pirates in scoring junior Bethune(15.0 ppg)

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Cookman College transfer Aric Miller (6-3, 185, Stone Mountain, Ga.), who played in 52 games for the Wildcats as a freshman and sophomore. Senior Keyshore Williams (6-3, 175, Atlanta, Ga.) played a lot of power forward last season, ranking among the Peach Belt’s leaders in blocked shots, but will have the chance to take on a greater scoring role Senior Grant Domsic hit this season. Senior 44 percent of his threethree-point specialist point shots in 2010-11, leadGrant Domsic (6-2, ing the Peach Belt Confer205, Orlando, Fla.) ence in that category led the Peach Belt in three-point percentage a year ago, hitting 44.0 percent of his three-point shots, and will be expected to continue his long-range shooting prowess to help stretch opposing defenses. Redshirt sophomore Allen Love (6-3, 200, Atlanta, Ga.), who saw action in six games last year, and redshirt junior Zach Corliss (6-2, 175, Fletcher, N.C.) add depth to the Pirates’ backcourt, as will walk-on Shema Sabiiti (6-6, 195, Augusta, Ga.). The key to the Pirates’ success this season may lie in the frontcourt with the four key forwards who will be tasked with defending opposing post players while also trying to get Armstrong’s transition offense started with rebounds and steals. Two returnees and two newcomers will all see plenty of minutes for Armstrong this season. Senior forward DeVon Jones (6-6, 215, Jackson, Tenn.) has the most returning experience after averaging 7.2 points and 3.7 rebounds in all 26 games a

Armstrong returns nine players from last season’s squad


2011-12 Season Preview

in the Peach Belt In 2011-12

season ago. Jones shot 57.3 percent from the floor and showed good instinct in getting to the basket as well as the foul line. Junior Stephen Davis (6-4, 205, Lilburn, Ga.) missed all of last season recovering from surgery but is ready to hit the court running. Junior transfer Senior Keyshore Williams Antroine Wilaveraged 7.5 points per liford (6-7, 220, game while blocking a Bainbridge, Ga.) team-best 42 shots, rankwas an All-State ing fifth in the Peach Belt and All-ReConference gion honoree at Chattahoochee Valley CC last season, averaging 15.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game, while junior J. C. Winn (6-5, 230, Winnsboro, La.) averaged 17 points per game at Southern Union State CC, ranking 12th in the ACCC in scoring. Junior walk-on Antonio Loyd (6-6, 195, Alapaha, Ga.) and true freshman Zac Hale (6-4, 185, Rome, Ga.) each will have the opportunity to compete for time as well in the Pirates’ frontcourt. Armstrong’s schedule in 2011-12 is a challenging one, featuring seven teams that participated in the NCAA Championships a season ago. The Pirates open up the year with a tough region road contest at Wingate, then after a first-ever meeting with Coastal Georgia, Armstrong travels to Lakeland to compete in the Terrace Hotel/Ledger Classic that features Elite Eight participant Minnesota State Mankato as well as postseason teams Limestone and Florida Southern. The Pirates will also host Florida Southern and in-

state rival Valdosta State, as well as NCAA participant Shaw and region foe Mars Hill in the 2011 Wingate by Wyndham Holiday Classic to cap off a very attractive home schedule. The Peach Belt slate features four teams that advanced to the NCAA Championships, including defending champion Augusta State and PBC Tournament finalist UNC Pembroke. Montevallo and Georgia Southwestern also advanced to the NCAA postseason out of the Peach Belt. After finishing ninth last season in the PBC standings, the Pirates have been picked to finish tenth in a preseason vote of the league’s coaches, behind preseason favorite Georgia Southwestern State, UNC Pembroke (second) and both Augusta State and Clayton State, who were each picked third. Montevallo has been picked to finish fifth, followed by USC Aiken in sixth, Georgia College in seventh, Francis Marion in eighth and Columbus State in ninth ahead of the Pirates. Lander has been picked to finish 11th, followed by North Georgia and Flagler. The Pirates will also face cross-town rival DI Savannah State in an exhibition contest on Nov. 3.

2011-12 Peach Belt Preseason Men’s Basketball Poll Rk School Votes 1. Georgia Southwestern 141 (10) 2. UNC Pembroke 118 (1) 3. Augusta State 115 (1) Clayton State 115 (1) 5. Montevallo 97 First-place votes in 6. USC Aiken 90 parenthesis. 7. Georgia College 84 As voted on by the 8. Francis Marion 64 PBC Men’s Coaches; 9. Columbus State 58 Coaches could not 10. Armstrong 50 vote for own team. 11. Lander 35 12. North Georgia 34 13. Flagler 13 2011-2012 PBC Preseason All-Conference Team Shahmel Brackett, UNC Pembroke Alvin Brown, USC Aiken Phillip Brown, Georgia Southwestern Colin Slotter, Georgia Southwestern Liki Turner, Francis Marion

The Pirates are picked to finish tenth in the Peach Belt in 2011-12

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Head Coach Jeremy Luther

Jeremy Luther

Head Men’s Basketball Coach Jeremy Luther begins his third season as the head men’s basketball coach at Armstrong Atlantic State University for the 2011-12 season. Armstrong made great strides in his second season at the helm of the Pirates, knocking off a pair of nationally-ranked opponents in USC Aiken and Georgia Southwestern State while spending most of January in the NCAA regional rankings. The Pirates finished the season 14-12 overall and 8-10 in the Peach Belt Conference. In his first season with the Pirates, Luther directed a tremendous mid-season turnaround, winning seven of Armstrong’s last nine conference games to earn a berth in the PBC Championships. The Pirates then took eventual PBC Tournament champion and Elite Eight participant Augusta State to the wire, losing 83-80 in Augusta. Overall, the Pirates went 12-16 in 2009-10 and 7-11 in PBC play. Luther joined Armstrong from Newberry College, where he compiled a 33-24 overall record, including a 21-8 record in 2008-09, setting a school record for the most wins in a single season. Newberry finished in second in the South Atlantic Conference and also set a school record for most wins in SAC play, going 10-6 in the league. Luther took over the Newberry program after serving six seasons as an assistant coach at Mercer University in Macon, Ga. Luther aided the Bears in capturing an Atlantic Sun Conference championship in 2003-04. While at Mercer, Luther was responsible for recruiting, strength and conditioning as well as scouting. Prior to joining Mercer, he was the head coach at Windsor Academy in Macon in 2000-01, as well as serving as an assistant at his alma mater, North Greenville, from 1998-2000. Luther received his bachelor’s of arts degree in English from NGC in 1999. Luther began his playing career at Robert Morris College where he played from 1992-93. After the season, he transferred to Liberty University where he played for two seasons. He would later transfer to Covenant College where he would score 1,300 points in two seasons with the Scots. Following his senior year, he was named an NAIA Division II All-American after finishing fourth in the country in scoring, averaging 26.0 ppg. Luther and his wife, Ginny, reside in Savannah and have two children - a son, Bryson (4), and a one-year old daughter, Kendall.

The Jeremy Luther Ledger Years 1998-2000 2000-2001 2001-2007 2007-2009 2009-

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School North Greenville Windsor Academy HS Mercer Newberry Armstrong Atlantic

Position Assistant Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Head Coach

Jeremy Luther became Armstrong’s tenth head coach on May 5, 2009


Assistant Coaches Evans Davis and Patrick Slonaker

Evans Davis

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Evans Davis begins his third season as assistant men’s basketball coach at Armstrong Atlantic State University for the 2011-12 season. Davis also served as the head coach of Armstrong’s men’s cross country team for the 2009-10 season. A former standout at Mercer University, Evans joined Armstrong after serving three seasons as a member of Matt Kilcullen’s men’s basketball staff at the University of North Florida. He was elevated to the top assistant spot in 2008-09, where he helped the Ospreys to their best record in Division I competition. In his playing days, Davis played for two seasons at Truett McConnell in Cleveland, Ga., then transferred to Mercer, where he averaged 10.5 points and 5.7 rebounds per game in two years for the Bears. He began his collegiate coaching career at Mercer as a graduate assistant for the women’s program, then went to Truett McConnell and spent five years as both an assistant and as the head men’s basketball coach there before joining the University of North Florida coaching staff in 2006. Evans earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from Mercer in 2000.

Patrick Slonaker

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Patrick Slonaker begins his second season as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Armstrong Atlantic State University for the 201112 season. A graduate of Boston College, Patrick spent three seasons working for Al Skinner’s men’s basketball staff. As a senior, he was promoted to Head Manager where he was responsible for film exchange, video editing, practice schedules, and travel schedules. Patrick is a native of Macon and a graduate of Mount de Sales Academy. He is currently working towards a Masters of Education in Adult Education and Community Leadership.p.

Patrick Slonaker is the son of former Mercer head men’s coach Mark Slonaker

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Senior Chris Vanlandingham

Chris Vanlandingham Senior Guard

6-4 • 200 • Hendersonville, N.C.

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2010-11: Played in 22 games, starting 20, for the Pirates as a junior ... Earned third-

team All-Peach Belt Conference honors ... Led the Pirates in scoring, averaging 15.0 points per game, while averaging 3.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game ... Ranked ninth in the Peach Belt Conference in scoring ... Scored in double figures in 21 of 22 games during the season ... Notched a season-high 23 points against Clayton State on Jan. 26 ... Also collected 20 points against Francis Marion on Feb. 5 and at UNC Pembroke on Feb. 23 ... Dished out six assists vs. Hiwassee on Dec. 17.

2009-10: Played in all 28 games, starting 25, as a sophomore for the Pirates ... Averaged 12.3 points and 4.1 rebounds per game ... Ranked 24th in the PBC in scoring ... Led the PBC in minutes played, averaging 37.71 minutes per contest ... Scored a career-high 29 points in Armstrong’s 81-74 win over Brewton-Parker on Nov. 21 ... Reached double digit scoring in 19 games ... Grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds against Augusta State on Jan. 13 ... Pumped in 21 points against Wingate on Dec. 30 ... Scored in double digits in nine straight games from Nov. 29-Jan. 2.

2008-09: Played in 22 games as a freshman for the Pirates ... Averaged 5.8 min-

Vanlandingham’s Game Highs Points:

29 vs. Brewton-Parker, 11/21/09

Rebounds:

utes, 2.5 points and 1.0 rebounds per game ... Hit 17-of-39 shots from the floor (.436) and 10 vs. Augusta State, 1/13/10 19-of-24 shots from the free throw line (.792) ... Scored a season-high eight points twice, Assists: 6 vs. Hiwassee, 12/17/10 vs. Queens (NC) on Nov. 17 and vs. Columbus State on Feb. 19 ... Grabbed six rebounds vs. Temple Baptist on Nov. 29 ... Dished out three assists vs. West Virginia Wesleyan on Dec. 29.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for four seasons at North Henderson HS ... Led the state of North Carolina in scoring as a senior in 2007-08, averaging 32.5 points per game ... Scored a NCHSAA record 40+ points in nine games, including a 50-point outburst against Western region champion Pisgah ... First-team All-State honoree as a senior ... Two-time Asheville Citizen-Times Player of the Year honoree ... Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior ... Shot 50% from the floor as a senior and also averaged 6.0 rebounds, 3.1 steals and 3.0 assists per game ... Finished his high school career with 1,903 points scored ... Also played football and ran track for the Knights.

PERSONAL: Born Christopher Michael Vanlandingham on November 15, 1989,

in Hendersonville, N.C., his hometown ... Son of Debbie Vanlandingham ... Has one sister, Keri ... Majoring in liberal studies ... Enjoys fishing and playing video games ... Lists LeBron Janes as a favorite sports personality.

Year GP-GS 2008-2009 22-0 2009-2010 28-25 2010-2011 22-20 3 Years 72-45

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MIN 128 1056 684 1868

Chris Vanlandingham’s Career Armstrong Statistics FG-FGA 17-39 118-276 107-235 242-550

PCT .436 .428 .455 .440

3PM-3PA 2-12 23-83 21-61 46-156

PCT .167 .277 .344 .295

FTM-FTA 19-24 84-127 95-124 198-275

PCT .792 .661 .766 .720

OR-DR-TR RPG 6-17-23 1.0 36-80-116 4.1 15-52-67 3.0 51-149-200 2.8

TP 55 343 330 728

PPG 2.5 12.3 15.0 10.1

AST 17 70 40 127

TO BS 16 0 59 3 60 1 135 4

ST 4 33 12 49

Vanlandingham needs 272 points to reach 1,000 career at Armstrong


Senior Grant Domsic

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Grant Domsic Senior Guard

6-2 • 205 • Orlando, Fla.

2010-11: Played in 24 games, starting six, for the Pirates as a junior ... Averaged 8.7

points and 2.1 rebounds per game ... Hit 44 percent from three-point range (59-of-134), leading the Peach Belt Conference ... Ranked fifth in the Peach Belt in three-point baskets made per game (2.46) and 82nd in NCAA Division II ... Hit 7-of-11 three-pointers en route to a season-high 23 points against Southern Wesleyan on Nov. 20 ... Scored 18 points at Valdosta State on Nov. 21.

2009-10: Redshirted the 2009-10 season for the Pirates. PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played for two seasons at Newberry College ... Played in

29 games, starting four, for Newberry as a sophomore ... Averaged 10.1 points per game Domsic’s Game Highs ... Hit 74 of 176 three-pointers (.420) ... Ranked 22nd in the South Atlantic Conference in scoring and fourth in three-point shooting ... Scored in double digits in 17 games ... Played in all 28 games, starting five, as a freshman ... Member of the SAC All-Freshman Team ... Points: Averaged 10.5 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Shot .356 from behind the three-point 23 vs. Southern Wesleyan, 11/20/10 Three-pointers: line... Scored in double digits in 17 games. 7 vs. Southern Wesleyan, 11/20/10 PREP SCHOOL: Averaged 4.0 points and 2.1 assists per game for Fork Union Military Academy in 2006-07.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for four years at Oak Ridge HS ... Led the Wildcats to state tournament as a junior ... Averaged 15.2

points per game as a junior and senior ... District Player of the Year and Team MVP as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born Grant Domsic on July 20, 1987, in Madison, Wisc. ... Hometown is Orlando, Fla. ... Son of Rick and Kim Domsic ... Majoring in economics ... Enjoys playing video games, movies, music, going to the beach and hanging out with friends ... Lists Deron Williams as his favorite sports personality.

Year GP-GS 2010-2011 24-6 1 Year 24-6

MIN 598 598

Grant Domsic’s Career Armstrong Statistics

FG-FGA 69-153 69-153

PCT .451 .451

3PM-3PA 59-134 59-134

PCT .440 .440

FTM-FTA PCT 12-13 .923 12-13 .923

OR-DR-TR RPG 7-44-51 2.1 7-44-51 2.1

TP 209 209

PPG 8.7 8.7

AST TO BS 26 12 1 26 12 1

Domsic hit a season-high seven threes against Southern Wesleyan on 11/20

ST 14 14

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Austin Edens Senior Guard

6-0 • 185 • Orlando, Fla.

Senior Austin Edens

2010-11: Played in all 26 games, starting 15, for the Pirates as a junior ... Averaged 3.0

points, 1.4 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game ... Scored a season-high 11 points with a season-high six rebounds at Georgia College on Jan. 15 ... Dished out a season-high eight assists against Southern Wesleyan on Nov. 20.

2009-10 :Redshirted the 2009-10 season for the Pirates. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played for one season at Spartanburg Methodist JC in 2008-09. Averaged 9.0 points and 4.0 rebounds per game.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Spent one season at the College of Charleston.

Edens’ Game Highs

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for three seasons at Lexington High School in Lexington, S.C. ... Earned All-Conference honors for the Wildcats.

PERSONAL: Born Austin Lee Edens on October 3, 1988, in Columbia, S.C. ...

Hometown is Lexington, S.C. ... Son of Marshall and Beth Edens ... Majoring in economics ... Father, Marshall, played basketball at Newberry College ... Uncle, Tommy, played football at Duke University ... Enjoys playing golf and music ... Lists Steve Nash as a favorite sports personality.

Year GP-GS 2010-2011 26-15 1 Year 26-15

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MIN 537 537

Points:

11 at Georgia College, 1/15/11

Assists:

8 vs. Southern Wesleyan, 11/20/10

Austin Edens’ Career Armstrong Statistics

FG-FGA 24-81 24-81

PCT .296 .296

3PM-3PA 15-54 15-54

PCT .278 .278

FTM-FTA PCT 16-32 .500 16-32 .500

OR-DR-TR RPG 9-27-36 1.4 9-27-36 1.4

TP 79 79

PPG 3.0 3.0

AST TO BS 64 49 0 64 49 0

ST 17 17

Edens had 11 points and six rebounds at Georgia College on 1/15


Senior Mychal Horn

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Mychal Horn Senior Guard

5-10 • 175 • Alexandria, La.

2010-11: Played in 25 games, making 11 starts, for the Pirates as a junior ... Aver-

aged 4.3 points, 2.2 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game ... Ranked 11th in the Peach Belt Conference in assists and fifth in assist/turnover ratio (2.10), also ranking 42nd in NCAA Division II ... Dished out a season-high 11 assists against Flagler on Jan. 3 ... Also notched nine assists against Hiwassee on Dec. 17 ... Reached season-highs with 11 points and seven rebounds at UNC Pembroke on Feb. 23.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played for two seasons at Southeastern Oklahoma State

... Averaged 10.7 points and 4.0 assists per game as a sophomore, earning All-Lone Star Conference honors. Led the league in minutes played, averaging 38 per game ... Averaged 10.6 points and 3.6 assists per game as a freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Peabody Magnet High School in Alexandria, La. ...

Earned second-team All-State honors as a senior in 2008 ... Also earned first-team AllDistrict honors ... Helped the Warhorses to a State Championship in 2007 ... McDonald’s All-American nominee.

PERSONAL: Born Mychal Horn on February 28, 1990, in Palmdale, Calif. ... Hometown is Alexandria, La. ... Son of Rhonda Horn ... Majoring in political science.

Year GP-GS 2010-2011 25-11 1 Year 25-11

MIN 469 469

Horn’s Game Highs Points:

11 at UNC Pembroke, 2/23/10

Assists:

11 vs. Flagler, 1/3/11

Mychal Horn’s Career Armstrong Statistics

FG-FGA 36-93 36-93

PCT .387 .387

3PM-3PA 15-47 15-47

PCT .319 .319

FTM-FTA PCT 21-39 .538 21-39 .538

OR-DR-TR RPG 13-42-55 2.2 13-42-55 2.2

TP 108 108

PPG 4.3 4.3

AST TO BS 86 41 2 86 41 2

Horn ranked fifth in the PBC in assist/turnover ratio (2.10) in 2010-11

ST 29 29

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Senior DeVon Jones

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DeVon Jones Senior Forward

6-6 • 215 • Jackson, Tenn.

2010-11: Played in all 26 games, starting two, for the Pirates as a junior ... Averaged

7.2 points and 3.7 rebounds per game ... Scored a season-high 15 points against Wingate on Nov. 15 ... Reached double-digit scoring in nine games ... Grabbed eight rebounds vs. Hiwassee on Dec. 17.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Averaged 8.0 points and 5.0 rebounds per game as a sophomore for Wallace State CC, the fifth-ranked team in NJCAA in 2008-09 and Alabama JuCo state champions.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played for one season at the University of North Florida ... Averaged 6.4 points and 4.4 rebounds per game as a freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for four seasons at Liberty Technical Magnet School in

Jackson, Tenn. ... Averaged 10.1 points and 7.9 rebounds per game as a senior, shooting 63 percent from the floor ... Liberty Tech won the Tennessee 2A State Championship in 2006 and 2007 ... Finished his career as the all-time leader in blocked shots.

PERSONAL: Born DeVon R. Jones on February 12, 1989, in Jackson, Tenn., his

Jones’ Game Highs Points:

15 at Wingate, 11/15/10

Rebounds:

8 vs. Hiwassee, 12/17/10 hometown ... Son of Kim Price and Percy Jones ... Majoring in mathematical sciences ... Enjoys playing basketball and XBox 360 ... Lists Kevin Garnett as a favorite sports personality.

Year GP-GS 2010-2011 26-2 1 Year 26-2

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MIN 455 455

DeVon Jones’ Career Armstrong Statistics

FG-FGA 75-131 75-131

PCT .573 .573

3PM-3PA 0-3 0-3

PCT .000 .000

FTM-FTA PCT 36-55 .655 36-55 .655

OR-DR-TR RPG 40-57-97 3.7 40-57-97 3.7

TP 186 186

PPG 7.2 7.2

AST TO BS 29 43 17 29 43 17

ST 9 9

Jones reached double digit scoring in nine games in 2010-11


Senior Keyshore Williams

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Keyshore Williams Senior Guard

6-3 • 175 • Atlanta, Ga.

2010-11: Played 24 games, making 11 starts, for the Pirates as a junior ... Averaged 7.5

points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per game ... Ranked fifth in the Peach Belt Conference and 38th in NCAA Division II in blocked shots ... Reached double digit scoring in eight games ... Scored a season-high 12 points four times, against Southern Wesleyan on Nov. 20; against Brewton-Parker on Dec. 18; against Georgia Southwestern on Feb. 10 and against Columbus State on Feb. 12 ... Blocked four shots on four separate occasions.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played for one season at Atlanta Metropolitan College ... Averaged 11 points and five rebounds as a sophomore.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for two seasons at Berkmar HS in Lilburn ... Ranked as

one of the top basketball recruits in 2006 by Pat Stevens Basketball after attending North Atlanta Preparatory.

PERSONAL: Born Keyshore Williams on September 4, 1987, in Jacksonville, Fla.

... Hometown is Lithonia, Ga. ... Son of Elizabeth Noisette ... Brother, Patrick Shokpeka, played basketball at Armstrong in 2008-10 ... Majoring in economics ... Enjoys riding four wheelers ... Lists Penny Hardaway as a favorite sports personality.

Year GP-GS 2010-2011 24-11 1 Year 24-11

MIN 490 490

Williams’ Game Highs Points:

12, four times. Last: vs. CSU, 2/12/11

Blocked Shots: 4, four times.

Keyshore Williams’ Career Armstrong Statistics

FG-FGA 62-111 62-111

PCT .559 .559

3PM-3PA 6-19 6-19

PCT .316 .316

FTM-FTA PCT 50-76 .658 50-76 .658

OR-DR-TR RPG 33-70-103 4.3 33-70-103 4.3

TP 180 180

PPG 7.5 7.5

AST TO BS 20 32 42 20 32 42

ST 12 12

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Williams blocked 42 shots in 2010-11, ranking in the top 5 in the PBC


Juniors Zach Corliss and Stephen Davis

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Zach Corliss Junior Guard

6-2 • 175 • Fletcher, N.C.

Redshirted the 2009-10 season for the Pirates ... Did not see action in 2010-11 ... Named to the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

2008-09: Played in 14 games as a freshman for the Pirates ... Averaged 5.1 minutes, 1.1

points and 0.4 rebounds per game ... Scored a season-high eight points on 3-of-5 shooting, including 2-of-4 three-pointers, against Temple Baptist on Nov. 29 ... Member of the PBC Presidential Honor Roll.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for four seasons at West Henderson HS ... Earned All-Conference

and All-Area honors as a junior and a senior ... Averaged 19 points and 5.8 assists per game as a senior for the Falcons ... Shot 46% from the field, 39% from three-point range and 89% from the free throw line ... Helped lead the Falcons to conference and sectional titles and a regional semi-final appearance as a sophomore and a junior ... Also earned All-Conference football honors as a junior and senior.

PERSONAL: Born Zachary Robert Corliss on June 14, 1990, in Asheville, N.C. ... Hometown is Fletcher, N.C. ... Son of Tim

and Cathy Corliss ... Has one brother, Seth, who played baseball and football at Brevard College ... Majoring in physical education ... Enjoys fishing and playing golf ... Lists Drew Brees, Rajon Rondo and Brett Favre among his favorite sports personalities.

Year GP-GS 2008-2009 14-0 1 Year 14-0

MIN 72 72

Zach Corliss’ Career Armstrong Statistics

FG-FGA 5-9 5-9

PCT .556 .556

3PM-3PA 3-6 3-6

Stephen Davis

PCT .500 .500

Junior Forward

6-4 • 205 • Lilburn, Ga. 2010-11: Redshirted the 2010-11 season due to surgery.

FTM-FTA PCT 3-8 .375 3-8 .375

OR-DR-TR RPG 2-4-6 0.4 2-4-6 0.4

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TP 16 16

PPG 1.1 1.1

AST TO BS 8 9 0 8 9 0

ST 1 1

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Averaged 10 points and 6 rebounds per game as a sophomore for Georgia Perimeter College in 2008-09.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for two seasons at Berkmar HS in Lilburn, Ga. ... Earned honorable mention All-America honors by HS Sports Magazine as a senior ... Ranked as the No. 107 hoops recruit as a senior by Hoopscooponline.com.

PERSONAL: Born Stephen Davis on November 20, 1985, in Bradenton, Fla. ... Hometown

is Lilburn, Ga. ... Son of Parthenia Caallon and Trench Davis ... Davis played parts of three Major League Baseball seasons with the Atlanta Braves and Pittsburgh Pirates ... Majoring in liberal studies ... Lists David Thompson as a favorite sports personality.

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Corliss is a two-time PBC Presidential Honor Roll honoree


Juniors Antonio Loyd and Aric Miller

Antonio Loyd Junior Guard

6-6 • 195 • Alapaha, Ga.

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PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Attended both Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and Webber International University.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for two seasons at Berkmar HS in Lilburn, Ga. ... Earned honorable mention All-America honors by HS Sports Magazine as a senior ... Ranked as the No. 107 hoops recruit as a senior by Hoopscooponline.com.

PERSONAL: Born Stephen Davis on November 20, 1985, in Bradenton, Fla. ... Hometown

is Lilburn, Ga. ... Son of Parthenia Caallon and Trench Davis ... Davis played parts of three Major League Baseball seasons with the Atlanta Braves and Pittsburgh Pirates ... Majoring in liberal studies ... Lists David Thompson as a favorite sports personality.

Aric Miller Junior Guard

6-3 • 185 • Stone Mountain, Ga.

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PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played for two seasons at Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, Fla. ... Started 15 of 28 games as a freshman, averaging 3.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per game ... Played in all 28 games as a sophomore, averaging 1.9 points and 1.0 rebounds per game for the Wildcats.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for three seasons at Tucker HS in Stone Mountain, Ga. ... Averaged 17 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals per game as a senior, shooting 55 percent from the field and 87 percent from three-point range.

PERSONAL: Born Aric Miller on September 24, 1990, in Atlanta, Ga. ... Hometown is Stone

Mountain, Ga. ... Son of Betsy and Ernest Miller ... Father, Ernest, played football at Savannah State University ... Majoring in psychology ... Lists Kobe Bryant as a favorite sports personality.

Miller is the son of former professional wrestler Ernest “The Cat” Miller

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Juniors Antroine Williford and J.C. Winn

Antroine Williford Junior Forward

6-7 • 220 • Bainbridge, Ga.

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JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played one season at Chattahoochee Valley CC ... Earned first-team

All-State and All-Region honors, averaging 15.0 points, nine rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game as a sophomore ... Ranked fourth in rebounds and second in blocks in the ACCC.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played for one season at Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, Fla. ... Averaged 1.2 points and 1.5 rebounds per game in 28 games as a freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for three seasons at Bainbridge HS ... Averaged 11 points, nine

rebounds and four blocks per game as a senior, helping lead the Bearcats to the Georgia State Final Four ... All-time leading shot blocker in Bainbridge HS history.

PERSONAL: Born Antroine Tyrone Williford on November 22, 1990, in Bainbridge, Ga., his hometown ... Son of Michelle Williford ... Majoring in liberal studies ... Lists Derrick Rose as a favorite sports personality.

J. C. Winn

Junior Forward

6-5 • 230 • Winnsboro, La.

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JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played for two seasons at Southern Union State CC ... Averaged 17 points and eight rebounds per game while shooting 40% from three-point range as a sophomore ... Ranked 12th in the ACCC in scoring and 16th in rebounding ... Averaged 1.2 points and 1.5 rebounds in 28 games as a freshman ... Earned first-team All-Conference and All-South honors.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for four years at Franklin Parish in Winnsboro, La. ... Two-time first-team All-District honoree for the Patriots ... Also earned All-State honors.

PERSONAL: Born J.C. Winn on June 18, 1990, in Monroe, La. ... Hometown is Winnsboro, La. ... Son of Pearline Winn ... Majoring in criminal justice ... Enjoys playing basketball ... Lists LeBron James as a favorite sports personality.

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Williford was an All-State honoree at Chattahoochee Valley CC


Sophomore Allen Love and Freshman Zac Hale

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Allen Love Sophomore Guard

6-3 • 200 • Atlanta, Ga.

2010-11: Saw action in six games as a freshman for the Pirates, scoring five points and grabbing nine rebounds.

2009-10: Redshirted the 2009-10 season for the Pirates ... Competed on the Armstrong cross country team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for two years at Riverwood High School. PERSONAL: Born Allen Sylvester Love II on November 20, 1991, in Atlanta, Ga., his hometown ... Son of Mardess Love ... Majoring in art ... Enjoys drawing and music ... Lists Dwayne Wade as his favorite sports personality.

Year GP-GS 2010-2-11 6-0 1 Year 6-0

MIN 26 26

Allen Love’s Career Armstrong Statistics

FG-FGA 2-10 2-10

PCT .200 .200

Zac Hale

3PM-3PA 0-3 0-3

Freshman Forward 6-4 • 185 • Rome, Ga.

PCT .000 .000

FTM-FTA PCT 1-4 .250 1-4 .250

OR-DR-TR RPG 3-6-9 1.5 3-6-9 1.5

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TP 5 5

PPG 0.8 0.8

AST TO BS 1 1 0 1 1 0

ST 1 1

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for three seasons at Coosa HS in Rome, Ga. ... Averaged 15.8

points, 8.5 rebounds and four assists per game as a senior ... Named 7-AA first team All-Region and Northwest Georgia first-team All-Area for the Eagles ... Hit 54-of-93 three-pointers (58%) as a senior, leading Coosa HS to a region runner-up finish ... Southeast Basketball Academy (SEBA) Super 15 selection.

PERSONAL: Born Zachary Taylor Hale on March 24, 1993, in Rome, Ga., his hometown ...

Son of Casey and Renea Hale ... Majoring in information technology ... Enjoys listening to music, drawing and watching sports ... Lists Dirk Nowitzki and Tim Lincecum as favorite sports personalities.

Hale was a first-team All-Region selection at Coosa HS

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Freshman Shema Sabiiti

Shema Sabiiti

Freshman Guard/Forward 6-6 • 195 • Augusta, Ga.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for two seasons at Cross Creek HS in Augusta ... Earned All-Area

and All-Region honors for the Razorbacks ... Named team Defensive Player of the Year as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born Shema G. Sabiiti on June 27, 1993, in Uganda ... Hometown is Augusta, Ga. ... Son of Donata Sabiiti ... Majoring in pre-engineering ... Enjoys playing basketball ... Lists Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony as favorite sports personalities.

Armstrong Atlantic State University To Bring You Pirate Basketball Through Webcasting In 2011-12 ! The Armstrong Atlantic State athletic department will continue to bring home all of the exciting men’s basketball action in 2011-12 right to your computer as the Pirates stream live audio and video of all 15 home games over the Internet. Fans will be able to catch all of this season’s action from the official Website of Armstrong Athletics, armstrongpirates.com, and ustream. tv/armstrongpirates, the Pirates’ home of internet webcasting through UStream ! Armstrong debuted its internet broadcasting system in 2001 with incredible success as every home men’s and women’s basketball game, volleyball match, the majority of the Pirates’ baseball, softball and women’s soccer games were available last season. For more information about the Armstrong Web broadcast, visit the Armstrong Athletics Web Site or contact Director of Sports Communications Chad Jackson at Chad.Jackson@armstrong.edu

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Armstrong debuted its internet webstreaming in 2001


This Is Savannah Historic Savannah, Georgia, is located on the Atlantic Coast, at the confluence of the Savannah River and the Atlantic Ocean. Throughout its history, there has been one adjective consistently used to describe Savannah: beautiful. The reason? There’s something about the unique beauty of Savannah that cannot be forgotten. Streets with canopies of moss-laden trees are honored venues for scores of historic homes. The town squares that Savannah’s founding father, James Oglethorpe, laid out as public meeting places are now treasured “pocket parks” located throughout the downtown area. A renovated waterfront area serves as the hub for shopping and entertainment. Nearby sandy beaches draw streams of visitors with persistent cool breezes and the endless lure of the rolling sea. Finally, there’s an indescribable - but readily discernible - feeling in the air that pervades Savannah, a kind of “laid back” approach to the world, a “rootedness” that makes living or working in Savannah an experience second to none. By way of affirmation, Le Monde, the leading French newspaper, called Savannah “the most beautiful city in North America.” Savannah has recently captured the imagination of a nation through its history and its appearance in several feature films, including “Glory,” “Forrest Gump,” “Something to Talk About,” “Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil,” “The Legend of

Bagger Vance,” and the 2009 hit “The Last Song,” starring Miley Cyrus. Savannah also hosted the yachting events of the 1996 Summer Olympics and most recently served as the media home for the G-8 Summit. As a result, tourism has become one of the leading industries in the area. Savannah hosts over six million tourists each year. Tourism impacts the Savannah area by more than $634 million. The city boasts over 7,000 rooms and more than 100 restaurants as folks have learned that Savannah is more than just a convenient rest stop on the interstate to Florida. The climate of Savannah features warm, and sometimes hot, weather for most of the year. There are seven months in which the average temperature is 70 degrees or higher. The lowest average high is in January at 60.3 degrees. The population in Savannah is roughly 130,000 and Chatham County is the fifth most populous county in Georgia. Savannah also sits centrally located to some of the Southeast’s finest beaches. Tybee Island, located less than 30 minutes from Armstrong Atlantic State’s campus, offers six miles of unspoiled sands, tempting seafood and gracious accommodations. Resort areas such as Hilton Head, South Carolina, are less than one hour away and provide even more relaxing getaway options. Whether it’s the lure of historic settings, the friendliness of a Southern community or the beautiful climate of southeast Georgia, Savannah is the place for you.

Savannah Quick Facts

Incorporated: 1789 City Population: 131,700 Chatham County Population: 228,100 Famous Savannahians: Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low, author Flannery O’Connor, songwriter Johnny Mercer, actor Stacy Keach, actress Diana Scarwid, justice Clarence Thomas, golfers Gene Sauers and Hollis Stacy

Monthly Average Temperatures: January 63.3 high, 37.9 low July February 63.1 high, 40 low August March 69.9 high, 46.8 low September April 77.8 high, 54.1 low October May 74.2 high, 62.3 low November June 88.6 high, 68.5 low December

Savannah attracts more than six million visitors each year

98.0 high, 71.5 low 90.1 high, 71.4 low 85.6 high, 67.6 low 77.8 high, 55.9 low 69.5 high, 45.5 low 62.5 high, 39.4 low

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Armstrong Atlantic State University

ince its founding in 1935, Armstrong Atlantic State University has continued to develop to meet the Savannah community’s educational needs. From its first location in Armstrong House in downtown Savannah to its current home on a scenic 268-acre lot off of Abercorn, the university has become one of the finest educational institutions in the Southeastern United States. This year, Armstrong celebrates its 75th anniversary as a premier institution of higher education in the Coastal Empire. Armstrong Junior College was established by the Mayor of Savannah and other public officials in 1935. Housed in the beautiful and historic Armstrong House, a gift to the city from the family of George F. Armstrong, Armstrong Junior College grew over the years to occupy eight additional buildings in the Forsyth Park and Monterey Square areas. In 1959, as Armstrong College of Savannah, it became a twoyear unit of the University System. The Board of Regents conferred four-year status on Armstrong in 1964 and the college moved to a 250-acre location, a gift from Donald Livingston and the Mills B. Lane Foundation, in December of 1965. Additional buildings joined the eight original structures as Armstrong added professional and graduate programs and tripled in size. In July of 1996, the Board of Regents voted to rename the college to Armstrong Atlantic State University to reflect its mission and identity. The university’s reputation of excellence is still evident in its dedication to students, with a supportive environment. Armstrong Atlantic State University was fully accredited as a senior institution by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in December, 1968, with accreditation retroactive to January 1, 1968, and was last reaccredited in December, 2002. The university offers more than seventy-five academic programs and majors in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health Professions, College of Education and School of Computing. The academic community includes approximately 7,650 students and

more than 400 faculty members. Enrollment has more than doubled in the last 20 years, from 3,700 students in 1990 to its current number. Across campus, evidence of the university’s growth can be found in its facilities. Recently completed projects include the $31 million Windward Commons, a 567-bed, freshmandedicated residence hall completed over the summer, which brings the number of students living on campus to more than 1,400, and the new $16 million, 60,180 square-foot Armstrong Student Union that was built entirely through student fees and opened in fall of 2010. The athletic department of Armstrong Atlantic State University is housed in the Armstrong Sports Center, completed in 1995. The Sports Center includes offices for the physical education department, training room and weight room areas, basketball courts, indoor track and offices for coaches and athletic department personnel. The building played host to the Peach Belt Conference’s basketball tournament in 1998 and 1999 and hosts several in-season tournaments each year. Construction of a women’s fieldhouse for soccer and softball was completed in the spring of 2007. Armstrong sponsors eleven intercollegiate sports and is a charter member of the Peach Belt Conference, formed in 1991. Women’s soccer and women’s golf debuted in 2005-06 and men’s cross country was reinstated in 2009, joining men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, baseball, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s golf and softball as sports that Armstrong sponsors. In 2008-09, the Armstrong men’s and women’s tennis teams each captured NCAA Division II National Championships for a second straight year, with the women’s tennis team earning the “three-peat” of three straight titles in 2010. Continuing a mission begun in 1935, Armstrong Atlantic State University today serves a rich gamut of traditional and non-traditional students. Forty-three percent of Armstrong’s student body are from the Savannah-Chatham area, while others come from around the state, nation and world. All have come to Savannah to experience and thrive on the campus of one of the fastest developing higher learning institutions in the nation - to be a part of Armstrong Atlantic State University.

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Armstrong Administration

Dr. Linda M. Bleicken University President

Dr. Linda M. Bleicken joined Armstrong in 2009 after serving at Georgia Southern for 19 years. She is the seventh Armstrong president and the first woman to lead the institution since the establishment of Armstrong Junior College in 1935. A woman with deep roots in Iowa farm country, Bleicken began her career at Georgia Southern as an assistant professor of management in 1990. Over the following years she would serve as acting chair of the department of management, associate dean of the College of Business Administration, vice president for student affairs, acting provost and vice president for academic affairs and lastly provost, a position she held since 2005. A marketing major from Georgia State University who graduated magna cum laude, Bleicken’s experiences in the business arena include a foray into real estate in Atlanta as owner and manager of residential properties and serving as a sales representative for Innerface International. She also spent two years in marketing research for BellSouth and Brittain Associates, both in Atlanta. It was her experiences in marketing research that led her back to higher education. In 1987, she chose to continue her education in a university campus, this time as a teaching instructor at her alma mater, Georgia State University. Three years later she earned her academic credentials, a master’s and Ph.D. in management, once again from Georgia State. A long-time resident of Savannah—she commuted to Georgia Southern all those years—Bleicken knows and cares deeply about Savannah and the Coastal Georgia region. She has served on the Ossabaw Island Foundation Board since 2007 and been involved with the Savannah Downtown Neighborhood Association.

Lisa Sweany

Athletic Director Lisa M. Sweany begins her first season as Director of Athletics at Armstrong Atlantic State University for the 2011-12 academic year. Sweany brings to Armstrong extensive experience in NCAA Division II athletics, including more than 10 years with the premiere Division II program at GVSU. Since being named senior associate athletics director in 2007, she has been responsible for budget, personnel and facilities management. Her duties have included direct supervision of seven coaches, overseeing game and event operations, as well as management of all athletics personnel. In addition, she coordinated all aspects of compliance and eligibility for more than 500 student athletes. She actively researched and implemented a plan to offer women’s lacrosse as GVSU’s 20th varsity sport. She has served on the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference Executive Council, the Irwin Club Advisory Board and the Intercollegiate Athletics Advisory Board. Prior to joining GVSU, she served at Tri-State University in Angola, Indiana, starting in 1995 as athletics facilities director. During her five-year stint at Tri-State, she served in various capacities of increasing responsibility, including assistant basketball coach, head coach of softball and associate athletics director, a positioned she was named to in March 1995. Sweany is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, as well as the first vice president of the CEFMA (Collegiate Event and Facility Management Association) for 2011-12. From 2010, she served as chair of the NCAA Midwest Regional for Softball, helping to oversee rankings in the region. Since 2008, she has served as second vice president and convention planning chair for the Collegiate Event and Facility Management Association, where she was a founding board member. She holds a master’s degree in physical education with a concentration in sports management from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and a bachelor’s degree with honors in business administration with a concentration in accounting from Tri-State University in Angola, Indiana.

Sweany Became Armstrong’s Athletic Director In July, 2011

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Armstrong Athletic Staff

Jennifer Rushton

Chad Jackson

Michael Smoose

Alan Segal

Associate AD for Compliance & Student Service

Director of Sports Communications

Assistant AD for Business & Marketing

Assistant AD for Facilities/ Head Men’s Cross Country Coach

Dr. Donald Anderson

Dr. Will Lynch

Joe Roberts

Calvain Culberson

Compliance & Student Services Consultant

Faculty Athletic Representative

Head Baseball Coach

Assistant Baseball Coach

Jeremy Luther

Evans Davis

Matt Schmidt

Michelle Manfredi

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Michael Butler

Ted Evans

Eric Faulconer

Simon Earnshaw

Head Men’s & Women’s Golf Coach

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Head Softball Coach

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach

Armstrong has sent 53 of 86 teams to the NCAAs in the last Eight Years


Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center The Armstrong Atlantic State University’s athletic department prides itself on having one of the finest athletic facilities not only in the conference, but in the region as well. Armstrong’s Sports Center, completed in July of 1995, immediately became a top basketball complex by hosting the 1998 and 1999 Peach Belt Conference basketball tournaments. This 82,000 square foot multipurpose building provides expanded academic offerings in spacious, modern surroundings. Students have a three-station computer lab; a 1,965 square foot weight training/fitness center with more than 30 Cybex machine exercise stations, stair climbers, treadmills, upright and semi-recumbent bike, elliptical trainer and a free weight area; four new classrooms and two 3,535 square foot activity areas. Armstrong’s athletic teams play home events in a 4,000 seat arena that contains theatre-type seating for all spectators, and also plays host to a wide variety of social and sporting events.

Alumni Arena Men’s Basketball Highs

Team Most Points: 112 Armstrong vs. Clark Atlanta, 11/22/04 Most Points, non-Armstrong team: 105 Barton vs. Armstrong, 12/31/10 Most Points, Both Teams: 206 Barton (105) vs. Armstrong (101), 12/31/10 Most Points, Both Teams, Regulation: 181 Armstrong (93) vs. Clark Atlanta (88), 11/24/00 Largest Victory Margin: 47 Armstrong (112) vs. Clark Atlanta (65), 11/22/04

Individual Most Points: 36 Jamaal Williams (UNF) vs. USCA, 2/21/98 Most Rebounds: 19 Brian Moultrie vs. West Va. Wesleyan, 12/29/08 Most Points by Armstrong Player: 33 Daryl Williams vs. Fayetteville State, 11/25/03

Pirates @ Alumni Arena Year

1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

16 Years

Record

10-5 10-5 11-4 10-4 9-3 13-2 7-7 7-5 10-4 9-5 12-1 12-2 10-4 12-3 8-8 9-5

159-67

Armstrong Sports Center Events • 1998 & 1999 PBC Basketball Championships • Georgia Special Olympics • Georgia HS Basketball Regional Tournament • Atlanta Hawks training camp • Chamber of Commerce South Side Socials • 2001 5A Region Championships (Featuring No. 1 NBA pick Kwame Brown) • 2011 Wingate by Wyndham Holiday Classic • 2012 Georgia JUCO Women’s Final Four

Armstrong has a 159-67 record in Alumni Arena since it opened in 1995

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Armstrong Athletic Training Armstrong athletic teams benefit from the fine athletic training staff, headed by medical director Dr. John George and head athletic trainer Ken Tessier. Armstrong’s training room, part of the Armstrong Sports Center, sits adjacent to the fitness center and across the hall from the Pirate locker rooms. The room offers the most modern and advanced equipment to help players deal with injuries and rehabilitation.

Armstrong Athletic Training Center Administration

Dr. John George Team Physician

Dr. John George begins his second year in the role of team physician for the Pirates. A 1983 graduate of the Medical College of Georgia, Dr. George is board certified by the America Board of Orthopedic Surgery and is a member of the AMA, the National Board of Medical Examiners, the Georgia Medical Society, the Medical Association of Georgia, the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the Georgia Orthopedic Society.

Ken Tessier

Head Athletic Trainer

Ken Tessier begins his first season as the head athletic trainer for the Armstrong Atlantic State University athletic department. Tessier joins the Pirates from Savannah State University, where he served as the Tigers’ head athletic trainer for the last three years. Prior to SSU, Tessier was the athletic trainer at St. Andrew’s in Savannah as well as an assistant athletic trainer at USC Aiken for two years. Tessier is a native of North Smithfield, Rhode Island and earned a his bachelors of science degree in physical education with a concentration in sports medicine from Endicott College in 2002.

Caroline Trier

Justin Bullard

Tarik Church

Tom Coupart

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Armstrong now sponsors 11 intercollegiate sports


2011-12 Opponents - Peach Belt Conference Augusta State

Clayton State

Columbus State

Wednesday, January 4, 2012 7:30 p.m. Christenberry Fieldhouse, Augusta, Ga.

Saturday, January 21, 2012 3:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Thursday, January 12, 2012 7:30 p.m. Frank G. Lumpkin Jr. Center, Columbus, Ga.

Location: Morrow, GA Enrollment: 6,900 Colors: Blue and Orange Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. Thomas Hynes Interim Athletic Director: Mike Mead Home Court (capacity): Clayton State Athletics Center (1,200) 2010-11 Record: 19-10 2010-11 PBC Record: 10-7 (t2nd West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Head Coach: Gordon Gibbons Career Record: 436-174 Record at Clayton: 190-109, 10 years Coach’s Office Phone: (678) 466-4676 Assistant Coaches: Brent Buchanan, Tony Campbell SID: Lee Wright SID Phone: (678) 466-4681 SID FAX: (678) 466-4699 Web Address: athletics.clayton.edu Series Record: Series Tied 15-15 Last Meeting: CSU 61-57 (1/26/11)

Location: Columbus, GA Enrollment: 8,200 Colors: Red, White and Blue Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. Tim Mescon Athletic Director: Jay Sparks Home Court (capacity): Frank G. Lumpkin Jr. Center (4,500) 2010-11 Record: 11-15 2010-11 PBC Record: 7-10 (t5th West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Head Coach: Robert Moore Career Record: 11-15 Record at CSU: 11-15, 1 year Coach’s Office Phone: (706) 568-2447 Assistant Coaches: Jonathan Norton, Bruce Hubbard, David Dabel SID: Manny Nieves SID Phone: (706) 569-3032 SID FAX: (706) 569-2594 Web Address: csucougars.com Series Record: CSU leads 40-36 Last Meeting: CSU 89-76 (2/12/11)

Saturday, February 25, 2012 7:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center Location: Augusta, GA Enrollment: 6,919 Colors: Royal Blue and White Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. William A. Bloodworth Athletic Director: Clint Bryant Home Court (capacity): George A. Christenberry Fieldhouse (2,216) 2010-11 Record: 30-4 2010-11 PBC Record: 15-3 (1st East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/6 Head Coach: Dip Metress Career Record: 308-144 Record at ASU: 174-51, 7 years Coach’s Office Phone: (706) 667-4765 Assistant Coach: Jamie Quarles SID: Joey Warren SID Phone: (706) 731-7925 SID FAX: (706) 737-1782 Web Address: www.jaguarsroar.com Series Record: ASU leads 46-34 Last Meeting: ASU 63-61 (1/12/11)

Flagler

Francis Marion

Georgia College

Saturday, December 3, 2011 3:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Saturday, December 17, 2011 3:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Monday, January 9, 2012 7:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Wednesday, February 8, 2012 7:30 p.m. Flagler Gym, St. Augustine, Fla.

Monday, February 20, 2011 7:30 p.m. Smith University Center, Florence, S.C.

Location: St. Augustine, FL Enrollment: 2,678 Colors: Red and Yellow Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. William T. Abare, Jr. Athletic Director: Jud Damon Home Court (capacity): Flagler Gym (1,760) 2010-11 Record: 10-16 2010-11 PBC Record: 4-14 (6th East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/9 Head Coach: Bo Clark Career Record: 432-279 Record at Flagler: 432-279, 25 years Coach’s Office Phone: (904) 819-6251 Assistant Coach: Ben De La Cruz SID: John Jordan SID Phone: (904) 819-6252 SID FAX: (904) 810-2369 Web Address: flaglerathletics.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 13-4 Last Meeting: Armstrong 83-79 (2/2/11)

Location: Florence, SC Enrollment: 4,187 Colors: Red, White and Blue Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. Fred Carter Athletic Director: Murray Hartzler Home Court (capacity): Smith University Center (3,027) 2010-11 Record: 18-12 2010-11 PBC Record: 9-9 (t3rd East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/7 Head Coach: Gary Edwards Career Record: 460-324 Record at FMU: 71-68, 5 years Coach’s Office Phone: (803) 661-1247 Assistant Coaches: Jarron Hinton, Crayton Jones SID: Michael G. Hawkins SID Phone: (803) 661-1222 SID FAX: (803) 661-1219 Web Address: www.fmupatriots.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 25-15 Last Meeting: FMU 85-77 (2/26/11)

Location: Milledgeville, GA Enrollment: 6,500 Colors: Hunter Green and Navy Blue Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. Stas Preczewski Athletic Director: Wendell Staton Home Court (capacity): Centennial Center (4,071) 2010-11 Record: 16-10 2010-11 PBC Record: 10-7 (t2nd West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/8 Head Coach: Terry Sellers Career Record: 512-256 Record at GC: 314-194, 18 years Coach’s Office Phone: (478) 445-4289 Assistant Coaches: Mark Gainous, Josh Hurst SID: Alan Weston SID Phone: (478) 445-1779 SID FAX: (478) 445-1790 Web Address: www.gcsubobcats.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 37-24 Last Meeting: GC 67-65 (1/15/11)

Armstrong has swept Flagler each of the last two seasons

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2011-12 Opponents - Peach Belt Conference Ga. Southwestern

Lander

Montevallo

Saturday, February 14, 2012 1:30 p.m. The Storm Dome, Americus, Ga.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012 5:30 p.m. Finis Horne Arena, Greenwood, S.C.

Thursday, January 19, 2012 5:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Wednesday, February 15, 2012 5:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Location: Montevallo, AL Enrollment: 3,200 Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. Philip C. Williams Athletic Director: Jim Herlihy Home Court (capacity): BankTrust Arena (2,500) 2010-11 Record: 19-11 2010-11 PBC Record: 10-7 (t2nd West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/8 Head Coach: Danny Young Career Record: 228-90 Record at Montevallo: 177-79, 8 years Coach’s Office Phone: (205) 665-6593 Assistant Coach: Stetson Hairston SID: Sean Forrester SID Phone: (205) 665-6606 SID FAX: (205) 665-6587 Web Address: www.montevallofalcons.com Series Record: Series Tied 1-1 Last Meeting: Armstrong 67-66 ot (1/17/11)

Location: Americus, GA Enrollment: 3,180 Colors: Navy Blue and Old Gold Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. Kendall A. Blanchard Athletic Director: Jaclyn Donovan Home Court (capacity): The Storm Dome (2,200) 2010-11 Record: 20-9 2010-11 PBC Record: 12-5 (1st West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Head Coach: Mike Leeder Career Record: 166-182 Record at GSW: 66-80, 5 years Coach’s Office Phone: (229) 931-2230 Assistant Coaches: Stephen Cox, Curran Keough SID: Keith Michlig SID Phone: (229) 931-2217 SID FAX: (229) 931-2143 Web Address: www.gswcanes.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 14-12 Last Meeting: Armstrong 86-80 (2/10/11)

Location: Greenwood, SC Enrollment: 3,000 Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. Daniel W. Ball Athletic Director: Dr. Jeff May Home Court (capacity): Finis Horne Arena (2,500) 2010-11 Record: 10-16 2010-11 PBC Record: 3-15 (7th East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Head Coach: Jeff Burkhamer Career Record: 155-105 Record at LU: 21-32, 2 years Coach’s Office Phone: (864) 388-8960 Assistant Coach: Steve Roberts SID: Bob Stoner SID Phone: (864) 388-8962 SID FAX: (864) 388-8999 Web Address: www.landerbearcats.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 27-15 Last Meeting: Lander 65-51 (2/7/11)

UNC Pembroke

North Georgia

USC Aiken

Monday, December 19, 2011 5:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Wednesday, January 25, 2012 7:30 p.m. Memorial Hall Gymnasium, Dahlonega, Ga.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011 7:30 p.m. Convocation Center, Aiken, S.C.

Saturday, February 18, 2012 5:30 p.m. Jones Athletic Complex, Pembroke, N.C. Location: Pembroke, NC Enrollment: 6,249 Colors: Black and Gold Conference: Peach Belt Chancellor: Dr. Kyle Carter Athletic Director: Dr. Dan Kenney Home Court (capacity): Jones Athletic Complex (3,000) 2010-11 Record: 16-11 2010-11 PBC Record: 9-9 (t3rd East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/2 Head Coach: Ben Miller Career Record: 31-51 Record at UNCP: 31-51, 3 years Coach’s Office Phone: (910) 521-6344 Assistant Coaches: Ben Thompson, Eldon Miller SID: Todd Anderson SID Phone: (910) 521-6371 SID FAX: (910) 521-6551 Web Address: www.uncpbraves.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 23-9 Last Meeting: UNCP 89-65 (2/23/11)

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Location: Dahlonega, GA Enrollment: 5,853 Colors: Royal Blue and White Conference: Peach Belt President: Dr. David Potter Athletic Director: Lindsay Reeves Home Court (capacity): Memorial Hall Gymnasium (2,500) 2010-11 Record: 10-16 2010-11 PBC Record: 7-10 (t5th West) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/8 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner Career Record: 166-172 Record at NGA: 117-115, 8 Years Coach’s Office Phone: (706) 867-2808 Assistant Coaches: Josh Travis, Richard Simmons, SID: David Beall SID Phone: (706) 867-3250 SID FAX: (706) 867-2865 Web Address: www.saintssports.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 14-7 Last Meeting: North Ga. 92-75 (1/29/11)

Saturday, February 4, 2012 7:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center Location: Aiken, SC Enrollment: 3,250 Colors: Cardinal, Navy and White Conference: Peach Belt Chancellor: Dr. Thomas Hallman Athletic Director: Randy Warrick Home Court (capacity): Convocation Center (3,468) 2010-11 Record: 17-10 2010-11 PBC Record: 10-8 (2nd East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Head Coach: Vince Alexander Career Record: 193-151 Record at USCA: 104-77, 6 years Coach’s Office Phone: (803) 641-3438 Assistant Coaches: Brett Longpre, Carlos Collazo SID: Brian Hand SID Phone: (803) 641-3252 SID FAX: (803) 649-7665 Web Address: www.pacersports.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 23-17 Last Meeting: USCA 70-58 (2/19/11)

Armstrong has won in its last two trips to USC Aiken


2011-12 Opponents - Non-Conference Coastal Georgia

Wingate

Valdosta State

Tuesday, November 22, 2011 7:30 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 7:30 p.m. Cuddy Arena, Wingate, N.C.

Sunday, December 11, 2011 3:00 p.m. Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Location: Brunswick, GA Enrollment: 3,500 Colors: Blue and Grey Conference: Southern States Athletic President: Dr. Valerie Hepburn Athletic Director: Dr. William Carlton Home Court (capacity): Howard Coffin Gym (1,000) Head Coach: Gerald Cox Career Record: First Season Record at CCG: First Season Coach’s Office Phone: (912) 279-5845 Assistant Coach: James Frey SID: Kevin Price SID Phone: (912) 279-4546 SID FAX: (912) 279-5894 Web Address: www.coastalgeorgiasports.com Series Record: First Meeting ** Coastal Georgia is in its first season of competition as a four-year institution after playing as a junior college *

Location: Wingate, NC Enrollment: 1,600 Colors: Navy Blue and Old Gold Conference: South Atlantic President: Dr. Jerry E. McGee Athletic Director: Steve Poston Home Court (capacity): Cuddy Arena (1,500) 2010-11 Record: 19-10 2010-11 SAC Record: 12-6 (t2nd) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5 Head Coach: Brian Good Career Record: 117-85 Record at Wingate: 45-40, 3 years Coach’s Office Phone: (704) 233-8171 Assistant Coaches: Montel Jones, Marcus Kirkland, Ben Hinson SID: David Sherwood SID Phone: (704) 233-8186 SID FAX: (704) 233-8170 Web Address: www.wingatebulldogs.com Series Record: Wingate leads 8-3 Last Meeting: Armstrong 75-71 (11/15/10)

2011 Wingate by Wyndham Holiday Classic December 30-31, 2011 Alumni Arena @ Armstrong Sports Center

Shaw Location: Raleigh, NC Enrollment: 2,800 Colors: Garnet and White Conference: CIAA 2010-11 Record: 23-9 2010-11 CIAA Record: 11-6 (2nd South) Web Address: www.shawbears.com Friday, Dec. 30, 2011 Series Record: Series tied 1-1 Mars Hill vs. Georgia College, 3 p.m. Last Meeting: Armstrong 69-67 ot (11/18/05) Armstrong vs. Shaw, 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011 Shaw vs. Georgia College, 11 a.m. Armstrong vs. Mars Hill, 1 p.m. Location: Mars Hill, NC

Tournament Pairings

Mars Hill

Enrollment: 1,100 Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Conference: South Atlantic 2010-11 Record: 10-16 2010-11 SAC Record: 7-11 (9th) Web Address: www.mhclions.com Series Record: Armstrong leads 2-1 Last Meeting: Mars Hill 84-67 (12/4/04)

Location: Valdosta, GA Enrollment: 12,400 Colors: Red and Black Conference: Gulf South President: Dr.Patrick J. Schloss Athletic Director: Herb Reinhard Home Court (capacity): The Complex (5,350) 2010-11 Record: 21-9 2010-11 GSC Record: 7-5 (2nd East) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/9 Head Coach: Mike Helfer Career Record: 287-130 Record at VSU: 128-52, 6 years Coach’s Office Phone: (229) 245-6514 Assistant Coach: Nick Gast SID: Shawn Reed SID Phone: (229) 333-5093 SID FAX: (229) 333-5972 Web Address: www.vstateblazers.com Series Record: VSU leads 32-21 Last Meeting: Armstrong 94-74 (11/21/10)

2011 Terrace Hotel/ Ledger Media Group Classic November 25-26 Jenkins Fieldhouse, Lakeland, Fla.

Minnesota State Mankato

Location: Mankato, MN Enrollment: 15,408 Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: North Central 2010-11 Record: 28-5 2010-11 NCC Record: 19-3 (1st) Web Address: www.msumavericks.com Series Record: First Meeting

Florida Southern Location: Lakeland, FL Enrollment: 2,059 Colors: Scarlet and White Conference: Sunshine State 2010-11 Record: 23-9 2010-11 SSC Record: 12-4 (2nd) Web Address: www.fscmocs.com Series Record: Florida Southern leads 7-2 Last Meeting: Florida Southern 79-78 (11/30/10)

Armstrong faces five NCAA Tournament teams in 2011-12

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Armstrong Men’s Basketball Media Services The Office of Sports Communications at Armstrong Atlantic State University thank you for your interest in Armstrong men’s basketball. Should you need any further assistance in covering the Pirates during the 2011-12 season, please do not hesitate to contact us: Office of Sports Communications Armstrong Atlantic State University Chad Jackson, Director 11935 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA 31419 Phone: (912) 344-3114 Fax: (912) 344-3422 email: Chad.Jackson@armstrong.edu Thanks again for your coverage of the Pirates throughout the season.

Chad Jackson Director of Sports Communications Media Credentials

Media credentials for photo and press are not needed, however seating on press row is limited. Requests for press row seating must be made in advance to Director of Sports Communications Chad Jackson via fax, email or phone at least two (2) days prior to each contest.

Radio Broadcasts

Opposing teams wishing to broadcast from Alumni Arena at the Armstrong Sports Center are welcome, however lines are limited. If you are planning on broadcasting an upcoming game, please contact Chad Jackson at least two (2) days prior to your contest.

Pre-Game Interviews

Requests for interviews with Armstrong Atlantic State University players and coaches should be directed to Director of Sports Communications Chad Jackson. Arrangements will be made for players to call media members if a phone interview is requested - it is the Armstrong Athletic Department policy not to publicize student-athlete’s home phone numbers.

Game Services

The Office of Sports Communications staff will furnish media representatives with game programs, pregame notes and statistics, in addition to halftime and final game statistics and play-by-play.

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Press Area

The designated press area for Alumni Arena at the Armstrong Sports Center are on either side of the court. Seats are marked prior to each game and we ask that members of the media adhere to seating arrangements during the contest. Photo areas are at the baseline of either basket, but not directly behind the basket. The balconies above each basket are also accessible for photographers - an elevator is located at the southeast corner of the Arena. Two press row phone lines are available for media members or visiting radio broadcasters. The numbers are (912) 927-1384 and (912) 927-1429. Wireless internet is also available with prior notice.

Post-Game Interviews

The Armstrong Atlantic State University men’s basketball locker rooms are closed to all media personnel. Head coach Jeremy Luther and requested players will be brought out for postgame interviews following a 10-minute cooling off period.

Armstrong Local Media Coverage Print: Savannah Morning News Beat Writer: Nathan Dominitz Phone: (912) 652-0350 Fax: (912) 525-0796 The Inkwell Armstrong Campus Newspaper Phone: (912) 344-3252 Fax: (912) 344-3475

Broadcast: WSAV-TV 3 (NBC) Sports Director: Ken Slats Phone: (912) 644-6842 WTOC-TV 11 (CBS) Sports Director: Rick Snow and Ken Griner Phone: (912) 234-1111 WJCL-TV 22 (ABC) / WTGS-TV 28 (Fox) Sports Director: Frank Sulkowski and Allen Kinzly Phone: (912) 921-2222

The Pirates are covered by three TV stations and two local papers


2010-11 Season Review Head coach Jeremy Luther’s Armstrong Atlantic State University men’s basketball squad finished 14-12 during the 2010-11 season, knocking off a pair of nationally-ranked teams and receiving votes in the NABC Division II Coaches’ Poll while surviving a challenging Peach Belt Conference and non-conference schedule. The Pirates began the year with three straight wins, including an impressive 94-74 road win at preseason nationally-ranked Valdosta State on November 21 in which Armstrong hit a season-high 14 three-pointers. Armstrong went into the new year with an 8-3 overall record that also included an 88-84 road Peach Belt Conference win over No. 13-ranked USC Aiken. Another key win came on January 17 as the Pirates trailed at Montevallo, 66-64, after Ryan Westbrooks drained a three-pointer with 5.5 seconds left to put the Falcons up by one. The Pirates quickly inbounded the ball and Chris Vanlandingham found Chris Edwards on the right wing for the game-winning three-point shot with 0.9 seconds remaining on the clock. The Pirates knocked off their second nationally-ranked foe of the spring on February 10, taking down No. 16 Georgia Southwestern State, 86-80, at Alumni Arena. Senior Jesse Wheeler averaged 11.5 points per game and 5.0 rebounds per game, while ranking third in the Peach Belt Conference and 57th in the nation in free throw percentage at 85 percent, earning the Ashley Dearing Award for the Pirates. Fellow senior Brett Goodwell averaged 11.0 points and 6.2 rebounds per Junior Chris Vanlandgame, ranking among the ingham earned All-Peach Peach Belt Conference’s Belt Conference honors leaders in rebounding, for averaging a teamfield goal percentage best 15.0 points per game, (.512) and blocked shots. ranking ninth in the PBC in 2010-11.

Senior Jesse Wheeler (above left) ranked third in the PBC and captured the Ashley Dearing cup for his .850 free throw percentage in 2010-11. Senior Brett Goodwell (above right) averaged 11.0 points and ranked among the PBC’s leaders in rebounding, field goal percentage and blocked shots.

Senior walk-on Tray Bryant had a memorable debut against Hiwassee, recording 22 points and 10 rebounds in his first collegiate action during the 2011 Hampton Inn & Suites Fall Finals Classic. Junior shooting guard Chris Vanlandingham led the Pirates in scoring, averaging 15.0 points per contest and ranking ninth in the Peach Belt, while earning third-team All-Peach Belt Conference honors, extending Armstrong’s streak of having at least one All-Peach Belt men’s basketball player to nine straight seasons. Junior Grant Domsic hit 59-of-134 three-pointers for a Peach Belt-leading .440 three-point percentage while junior Keyshore Williams led the Pirates and ranked fifth in the Peach Belt in blocked shots with 42 (1.8 per game). As a team, the Pirates averaged 75.7 points per game, which ranked second in the Peach Belt Conference and also ranked as the second-highest single season scoring output for Armstrong men’s basketball in the last 20 years. Armstrong also ranked second in the Peach Belt Conference in field goal percentage (.462) and blocked shots (5.35 per game) while ranking third in three-point field goal percentage (.352), assists (15.6 per game) and three-point field goals made (6.77 per game).

Armstrong’s Keyshore Williams ranked fifth in the PBC in blocked shots

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2010-11 Results and Statistics 2010-2011 Armstrong Pirates Game Results

Overall: 14-12 DATE

11/15/10 11/20/10 11/21/10 11/30/10 12/4/10 12/17/10 12/18/10 12/30/10 12/31/10 1/3/11 1/8/11 1/12/11 1/15/11 1/17/11 1/19/11 1/22/11 1/26/11 1/29/11 2/2/11 2/5/11 2/7/11 2/10/11 2/12/11 2/19/11 2/23/11 2/26/11

Home: 9-5

OPPONENT

WINGATE @ vs. Southern Wesleyan @ at Valdosta State at Florida Southern * AUGUSTA STATE % HIWASSEE % BREWTON-PARKER ^ ST. AUGUSTINE’S ^ BARTON * FLAGLER * at USC Aiken * at Augusta State * at Georgia College * at Montevallo * LANDER * UNC PEMBROKE * CLAYTON STATE * at North Georgia * at Flagler * FRANCIS MARION * at Lander * GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN * COLUMBUS STATE * USC AIKEN * at UNC Pembroke * at Francis Marion

* - Peach Belt Conference Games % - 2010 Hampton Inn & Suites Fall Finals Classic

Away: 4-7 •

SCORE

W 75-71 W 90-75 W 94-74 L 79-78 L 75-57 W 100-66 W 71-61 W 82-61 L 105-101 ot W 95-68 W 88-84 L 63-61 L 67-65 W 67-66 ot W 71-62 W 67-65 L 61-57 L 92-75 W 83-79 W 79-75 L 65-51 W 86-80 L 89-76 L 70-58 L 89-65 L 85-77

Neutral: 1-0

HIGH SCORER

HIGH REBOUNDER

Chris Edwards (17) Three with 6 Grant Domsic (23) Brett Goodwell (6) Brett Goodwell (22) Brett Goodwell (9) Brett Goodwell (20) Goodwell and Williams (6) Grant Domsic (12) Keyshore Williams (7) Tray Bryant (22) Tray Bryant (10) Brett Goodwell (26) Brett Goodwell (10) Vanlandingham and Wheeler (14) Jesse Wheeler (6) Three with 17 Jesse Wheeler (10) Chris Vanlandingham (19) Jesse Wheeler (6) Three with 19 Wheeler and Goodwell (7) Chris Edwards (19) Chris Edwards (5) Brett Goodwell (16) Brett Goodwell (12) Chris Edwards (23) Brett Goodwell (9) Jesse Wheeler (17) Brett Goodwell (9) Chris Vanlandingham (15) Brett Goodwell (12) Chris Vanlandingham (23) Jesse Wheeler (8) Chris Vanlandingham (15) DeVon Jones (7) Chris Vanlandingham (21) Jesse Wheeler (10) Chris Vanlandingham (20) Brett Goodwell (11) Chris Vanlandingham (15) Jesse Wheeler (7) Jesse Wheeler (22) Brett Goodwell (7) Chris Vanlandingham (13) Keyshore Williams (8) Brett Goodwell (15) DeVon Jones (5) Chris Vanlandingham (20) Vanlandingham and Horn (7) Brett Goodwell (17) Brett Goodwell (10)

@ - 2010 Valdosta State Classic ^ - 2010 Hampton Inn & Suites Holiday Classic

2010-11 Pirate Cumulative Statistics

Player GP/GS Chris Vanlandingham 22/20 Jesse Wheeler 26/26 Brett Goodwell 26/24 Chris Edwards 25/15 Grant Domsic 24/6 Keyshore Williams 24/11 Tray Bryant 4/0 DeVon Jones 26/2 Mychal Horn 25/11 Austin Edens 26/15 Allen Love 6/0 Jaleel Corbin 2/0 TOTALS 26/26

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MIN 684 690 707 548 598 490 36 455 469 537 26 11 5251

FG-FGA 107-235 97-209 109-213 94-233 69-153 62-111 14-22 75-131 36-93 24-81 2-10 0-0 689-1491

PBC: 8-10

PCT 3PMG-3PA PCT FT-FTA PCT OR-DR-TR RPG TP PPG AST .455 21-61 .344 95-124 .766 15-52-67 3.0 330 15.0 40 .464 20-64 .313 85-100 .850 48-33-131 5.0 299 11.5 47 .512 0-1 .000 69-107 .645 72-90-162 6.2 287 11.0 62 .403 40-113 .354 28-43 .651 18-54-72 2.9 256 10.2 30 .451 59-134 .440 12-13 .923 7-44-51 2.1 209 8.7 26 .559 6-19 .316 50-76 .658 33-70-103 4.3 180 7.5 20 .636 0-1 .000 2-5 .400 9-9-18 4.5 30 7.5 1 .573 0-3 .000 36-55 .655 40-57-97 3.7 186 7.2 29 .387 15-47 .319 21-39 .538 13-42-55 2.2 108 4.3 86 .296 15-54 .278 16-32 .500 9-27-36 1.4 79 3.0 64 .200 0-3 .000 1-4 .250 3-6-9 1.5 5 0.8 1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-1-4 2.0 0 0.0 0 .462 176-500 .352 415-598 .694 305-593-898 34.5 1969 75.7 406

TO BS 60 1 65 39 61 27 32 7 12 1 32 42 0 3 43 17 41 2 49 0 1 0 0 0 400 138

ST 12 19 43 19 14 12 1 9 29 17 1 1 177

Armstrong averaged 75.7 points per game in 2010-11, second in the PBC


2010-11 Game-By-Game Statistics Team Wingate Armstrong Armstrong Southern Wesleyan @ Armstrong Valdosta State @ Armstrong Florida Southern Augusta State Armstrong * Hiwassee Armstrong % Brewton-Parker Armstrong % St. Augustine’s Armstrong ^ Barton Armstrong ^ Flagler Armstrong * Armstrong * USC Aiken Armstrong * Georgia College Armstrong * Montevallo Lander Armstrong * UNC Pembroke Armstrong * Clayton State Armstrong * Armstrong * North Georgia Armstrong * Flagler Francis Marion Armstrong * Armstrong Lander * Georgia Southwestern Armstrong * Columbus State Armstrong * USC Aiken Armstrong * Armstrong * UNC Pembroke Armstrong * Francis Marion

FGM-FGA PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT OR-DR-TR 21-51 .412 8-18 .444 21-34 .618 14-30-44 27-60 .450 9-18 .500 12-21 .571 10-23-33 35-58 .603 9-22 .409 11-18 .611 15-19-34 26-54 .481 8-19 .421 15-21 .714 9-13-22 33-66 .500 14-29 .483 14-18 .778 14-28-42 26-55 .473 6-18 .333 16-26 .615 6-21-27 28-60 .467 9-23 .391 13-18 .722 12-24-36 28-62 .452 7-18 .389 16-18 .889 10-20-30 26-47 .553 6-14 .429 17-18 .944 7-23-30 23-57 .404 5-24 .208 6-11 .545 14-14-28 16-64 .250 3-14 .214 31-36 .861 17-21-38 39-71 .549 8-19 .421 14-21 .667 15-33-48 19-48 .396 10-24 .417 13-18 .722 8-22-30 23-53 .434 3-16 .188 22-28 .786 13-25-38 19-51 .373 3-16 .188 20-35 .571 13-25-38 26-60 .433 4-23 .174 26-35 .743 14-25-39 38-64 .594 4-13 .308 25-37 .676 14-29-43 33-65 .508 9-20 .450 26-38 .684 11-19-30 26-58 .448 1-5 .200 15-19 .789 11-21-32 36-66 .545 8-18 .444 15-22 .682 13-24-37 26-50 .520 7-10 .700 29-33 .879 12-25-37 30-60 .500 4-17 .235 20-28 .714 11-14-25 22-53 .415 10-22 .455 11-16 .688 11-25-36 23-58 .397 5-17 .294 16-21 .762 12-24-36 23-59 .390 5-15 .333 16-18 .889 15-20-35 22-53 .415 4-12 .333 18-25 .720 12-23-35 21-50 .420 1-5 .200 19-27 .704 6-27-33 27-55 .491 6-17 .353 11-15 .733 5-27-32 23-58 .397 7-18 .389 12-16 .750 20-18-38 25-52 .481 9-19 .474 8-17 .471 15-18-33 24-57 .421 6-18 .333 7-11 .636 8-26-34 18-55 .327 5-16 .313 16-18 .889 11-27-38 29-65 .446 4-15 .267 13-24 .542 9-20-29 27-58 .466 5-10 .500 33-40 .825 16-35-51 25-50 .500 4-11 .364 29-48 .604 11-29-40 25-60 .417 4-10 .400 25-41 .610 14-24-38 29-81 .358 6-24 .250 11-13 .846 28-24-52 26-55 .473 10-24 .417 17-21 .810 7-26-33 17-46 .370 7-21 .333 10-14 .714 8-26-34 23-62 .371 2-5 .400 17-25 .680 18-23-41 25-52 .481 9-22 .409 21-28 .750 15-17-32 24-54 .444 4-14 .286 34-41 .829 17-15-32 33-68 .485 8-18 .444 15-22 .682 21-22-43 31-64 .484 6-18 .333 8-12 .667 13-18-31 27-49 .551 6-11 .545 10-16 .625 10-28-38 23-53 .434 2-18 .111 10-15 .667 5-16-21 23-65 .354 6-33 .182 13-26 .500 13-24-37 26-71 .366 3-15 .200 34-48 .708 27-37-64 27-57 .474 7-21 .333 16-25 .640 11-24-35 27-57 .474 5-13 .385 26-38 .684 9-21-30

* - Peach Belt Conference Games % - 2010 Hampton Inn & Suites Fall Finals Classic

PF AST TO BLK STL PTS 21 10 18 1 8 71 24 21 12 4 9 75 17 23 12 3 10 90 16 11 17 0 3 75 17 20 12 3 6 94 18 9 11 5 4 74 21 18 16 5 5 78 19 20 12 2 10 79 12 13 11 1 8 75 17 11 11 5 6 57 19 2 17 1 8 66 24 32 14 3 7 100 21 9 24 2 3 61 17 10 20 6 11 71 25 4 21 6 9 61 29 14 14 7 6 82 31 17 22 1 7 105 27 21 15 3 8 101 17 11 16 1 7 68 16 22 11 9 6 95 22 14 23 3 6 88 23 13 16 6 8 84 16 13 15 2 5 65 14 15 9 2 8 67 18 10 12 5 1 67 18 9 12 5 10 66 16 12 9 2 7 62 19 20 10 5 6 71 14 11 24 2 12 65 15 15 20 7 12 67 11 13 11 6 11 61 12 9 14 3 7 57 25 14 14 8 5 75 22 16 17 4 6 92 27 18 16 4 7 83 31 11 14 2 5 79 17 8 12 0 3 75 18 17 13 11 7 79 24 15 27 7 5 51 17 9 12 4 14 65 32 10 24 7 6 80 23 10 16 10 10 86 13 17 16 5 12 89 15 12 16 5 8 76 19 8 17 2 6 70 15 10 11 2 5 58 29 11 14 8 5 65 26 10 12 3 7 89 31 14 25 6 8 77 24 18 16 4 13 85

@ - 2010 Valdosta State Classic ^ - 2010 Hampton Inn & Suites Holiday Classic

Armstrong hit a season-high 14 threes in a 94-74 win at Valdosta on 11/21

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The Peach Belt Conference Entering its 22nd year of existence in 2011-12, the Peach Belt Conference has become one of the elite Division II conferences in the nation. Since its inception in 1990-91, the Peach Belt has developed a consistent history of excellence which continues to this day with 30 national championships and 27 national finalists. Starting with only two championships in 1991, in men’s and women’s basketball, the conference has expanded to 13 championship sports with the addition of women’s golf in the fall of 2009. The conference traces its roots back to November of 1988 when 11 schools first met in Greenville, S.C. to form a Division II conference. Following a second meeting on Dec. 3, 1989, five of those 11 schools, plus two others, formed the Peach Belt and begin play in fall 1990. The Peach Belt was less than a year old before capturing a national championship. The Columbus State golf team took the honor by winning the 1992 national crown, the first of three golf championships the Cougars own. One year later, the Lander men’s tennis team began their record-breaking run of eight straight national titles, the first PBC dynasty. Since then, USCA men’s golf has won three straight national titles from 2004-06 while Armstrong women’s tennis has captured four titles overall. The 2010-11 season was one of the most memorable the league has ever had. Clayton State became the first PBC women’s basketball team to capture a national championship. The Columbus State men’s tennis team reached the national semifinals while the Clayton State and Armstrong Atlantic State women’s tennis teams also played in the national semifinals. The North Georgia softball team made an unprecedented third straight appearance in the NCAA Women’s College World Series, while Columbus State’s Meshack Koyiaki registered a runner-up finish at the Men’s Cross Country National Championships. In all, 46 Peach Belt teams made appearances in the NCAA postseason, including seven men’s tennis teams and six each in the sports of men’s golf and women’s tennis. The seven charter members of the conference were Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Francis Marion University, Georgia College & State University, Lander University, USC Aiken and USC Upstate. The

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Peach Belt Conference 30 National Championships Baseball Kennesaw State (1994, 1996) Columbus State (2002) Men’s Basketball Kennesaw State (2003-04)

name Peach Belt Athletic Conference was adopted in January of 1990 and modified to Peach Belt Conference in May of 2000. Augusta State joined the conference in 1991 and UNC Pembroke became the ninth member on July 1, 1992. They were followed by Kennesaw State University on July 1, 1994, Clayton State University on July 1, 1995 and the University of North Florida on July 1, 1997. Kennesaw State and North Florida departed for the Division I ranks in 2005, USC Upstate did the same in 2007, and the conference welcomed in North Georgia College & State University in 2005 and Georgia Southwestern State University in 2006. In 2009-10, the Peach Belt expanded to 13 members, the most the league has ever had, with the additions of Montevallo and Flagler. The two schools also returned a league presence to Florida and broke new ground in Alabama. David Brunk was named the second PBC commissioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced Marvin Vanover, who was the first PBC commissioner from 1991 to 2007. Brunk is charged with continuing the strong growth of the conference as its second era begins. Dr. Kendall Blanchard, president of Georgia Southwestern State University, began the second of his two-year term as the league president in July of 2011. The conference currently holds championships in 13 sports, six for men and seven for women. They are men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, baseball, softball and men’s and women’s golf.

Men’s Golf Columbus State (1992, 1994, 1997) Francis Marion (2003) USC Aiken (2004, 2005, 2006) Men’s Tennis Lander (1991-2000) Armstrong (2008-09) Women’s Basketball Clayton State (2010-11) Women’s Soccer Kennesaw State (2003) Women’s Tennis Armstrong (1995-96, 2005, 2008-10) Softball Kennesaw State (1995, 1996)

PBC Quick Facts Address: 503 Blackburn Drive Martinez, GA 30907 Founded: December 3, 1989 Phone Number: (706) 860-8499 Fax Number: (706) 650-8113 Website: www.peachbelt.com Commissioner: David Brunk Media Relations: Ken Gerlinger Compliance: Diana Kling Operations: Carl Segura

Armstrong has reached the PBC Tournament title game four times


The Peach Belt Conference

2010-11 Peach Belt Conference Final Standings East Division School PBC Games Division Games Augusta State 15-3 .833 10-2 .833 USC Aiken 10-8 .556 7-5 .583 Francis Marion 9-9 .500 6-6 .500 UNC Pembroke 9-9 .500 7-5 .583 Armstrong 8-10 .444 4-8 .333 Flagler 4-14 .222 3-9 .250 Lander 3-15 .167 5-7 .417 West Division School PBC Games Division Games Georgia Southwestern 12-5 .706 8-2 .800 Clayton State 10-7 .588 4-6 .400 Georgia College 10-7 .588 5-5 .500 Montevallo 10-7 .588 6-4 .600 Columbus State 7-10 .412 3-7 .300 North Georgia 7-10 .412 4-6 .400

Rebounding Player (Team) 1. Brown (GSW) 2. Moore (Flagler) 3. Kennedy (Lander) 4. Aquino (GC) 5. Ndongo (ASU) 6. Boyd (FMU) 7. Willis (USCA) 8. Turner (FMU) 9. McKnight (CSU) 10. Smith (NGA)

RPG 10.9 9.7 8.4 8.0 7.9 7.6 7.6 7.5 7.2 7.0

3-Point FG % Player (Team) 1. Domsic (Armstrong) 2. Johnson (ASU) 3. Pietkiewicz (Flagler) 4. Glover (GSW) 5. Greene (Clayton) Brown (Montevallo)

Pct .440 .437 .426 .423 .414 .414

FG 192 183 142 178 140 140 110 155 119 107

3FG 65 56 89 104 86 7 64 52 39 21

FT 143 145 82 91 62 153 89 98 68 95

Pts 592 567 455 551 428 440 373 460 345 330

All Games 20-9 .690 19-10 .655 16-10 .615 19-11 .633 11-15 .423 10-16 .385

2010-11 All-Peach Belt Team

2010-11 PBC Statistical Leaders Scoring Player (Team) G 1. Brandon Robinson (Clayton) 29 2. Timmy Downs (Clayton) 29 3. John Pietkiewicz (Flagler) 26 4. George Johnson (ASU) 33 5. Carl Taylor (NGA) 26 6. Lili Turner (FMU) 27 7. David Pruett (Lander) 24 8. Shahmel Brackett (UNCP) 30 9. Colin Slotter (GSW) 23 Chris Vanlandingham (Armstrong) 22

All Games 30-4 .882 17-10 .630 15-11 .577 18-12 .600 14-12 .538 10-16 .385 10-16 .385

PPG 20.4 19.6 17.5 16.7 16.5 16.3 15.5 15.3 15.0 15.0

Armstrong in PBC and NCAA Statistics Scoring Defense 74.1 (11th PBC) Scoring Offense 75.7 (2nd PBC) Free Throw % .694 (5th PBC) Field Goal % .462 (2nd PBC, 80th NCAA) 3-Point FG Percentage .352 (3rd PBC) Blocked Shots 5.3 (2nd PBC, 7th NCAA) Assists 15.6 (3rd PBC, 37th NCAA) 3-Point FG Made 6.8 (3rd PBC)

First Team Phillip Brown, Georgia Southwestern Timmy Downs, Clayton State George Johnson, Augusta State Franck Ndongo, Augusta State Brandon Robinson, Clayton State Second Team Byron Faison, USC Aiken Trayce Macon, Georgia Southwestern Carl Taylor, North Georgia Liki Turner, Francis Marion Reece Wiedeman, Georgia College Third Team Shahmel Bracket, UNC Pembroke Antoine Davis, Montevallo John Pietkiewicz, Flagler Colin Slotter, Georgia Southwestern Chris Vanlandingham, Armstrong Player of the Year: Phillip Brown, Ga. Southwestern Freshman of the Year: Colin Slotter, Ga. Southwestern Defensive Player of the Year: Alvin Brown, USCA Coach of the Year: Mike Leeder, Ga. Southwestern

2010-11 Players of the Week

Nov. 22 Liki Turner Nov. 29 Liki Turner Dec. 6 Chad July Dec. 13 David Pruett Dec. 20 Nathan Priest Jan. 3 David Pruett Jan. 10 Phillip Brown Jan. 17 Phillip Brown Jan. 24 Alvin Brown Jan. 31 Timmy Downs Feb. 7 John Pietkiewicz Feb. 14 Reece Wiedeman Feb. 21 Phillip Brown Feb. 28 Brandon Robinson

Domsic led the Peach Belt in three-point percentage in 2011-12

Francis Marion Francis Marion Flagler Lander UNC Pembroke Lander Georgia Southwestern Georgia Southwestern USC Aiken Clayton State Flagler Georgia College Georgia Southwestern Clayton State

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Peach Belt Conference Year-By-Year 1990-1991

TEAM PBC 1. USCS * 12-0 2. FMU 8-4 3. ASC 6-6 GC 6-6 5. Columbus 4-8 6. USCA 3-9 Lander 3-9 * NCAA Participant

YEAR 26-3 22-10 18-10 19-12 12-13 14-17 11-17

Co-Players First Team All-PBC Ulysses Hacket, USCS of the Year Ulysses Hacket, USCS Willie Murdaugh, USCS Chris Davis, ASC Willie Murdaugh, USCS Greg Gibson, USCA Coach of the Year Maurice Walker, Lander Jerry Waters, USCS Second Team All-PBC Willis Woodruff, USCS Juan Walton, Columbus Franklin Bellamy, FMU Darrell Flowers, GC Mike Goettie, GC

1991-1992

TEAM PBC YEAR 1. USCS * 12-2 24-6 2. Augusta 9-5 17-11 Columbus 9-5 22-8 4. USCA 8-6 12-16 5. FMU 7-7 19-12 6. ASC 5-9 16-12 GC 5-9 9-20 8. Lander 1-13 2-26 * NCAA Participant Rookie of the Year First Team All-PBC Ulysses Hacket, USCS Carlton Farr, FMU Tyrone Avery, Columbus Player of the Year Greg Gibson, USCA Keenan Mann, Augusta Ulysses Hacket, USCS Coach of the Year Derek Stewart, Augusta Herbert Greene, Columbus Second Team All-PBC Phil Clark, ASC Larry Blakeney, Augusta Carlton Farr, FMU Hal McManus, Lander Dell Lewis, GC

1993-1994

1994-1995

TEAM PBC YEAR 1. Columbus 11-5 19-10 2. Lander * 10-6 21-8 3. Augusta 9-7 17-11 Pembroke 9-7 14-12 USCS 9-7 17-9 6. FMU 7-9 13-14 USCA 7-9 12-15 8. ASC 6-10 12-16 First Team All-PBC 9. GC 4-12 9-18 William Adair, Augusta Kennesaw 0-0 20-8 Dwayne Prioleau, USCS * NCAA participant Larry Person, Lander Carlton Farr, FMU Rookie of the Year Bill Hanford, Lander Frank Smith, Pembroke Hal Chambers, Columbus Player of the Year William Adair, Augusta Second Team All-PBC Tyrone Orr, USCA Coach of the Year Mannon Zellner, GC Finis Horne, Lander Jock Page, ASC Lance Posey, Columbus Jonathan Allard, Pembroke Greg Williams, Augusta

TEAM PBC YEAR 1. ASC * 14-4 20-11 2. Lander * 12-6 21-9 FMU 12-6 17-10 USCS 12-6 18-10 5. Columbus 10-8 20-9 6. GC 9-9 15-12 7. Pembroke 7-11 10-17 8. USCA 5-13 9-18 First Team All-PBC Kennesaw 5-13 8-19 Carlton Farr, FMU 10. Augusta 4-14 9-19 William Adair, Augusta * NCAA participant Larry Person, Lander Rookie of the Year Robbie Turner, USCS Isaac Camon, Columbus Jake Biddle, FMU Tony Edmonson, GC Player of the Year Second Team All-PBC Carlton Farr, FMU Dusan Stevic, ASC Coach of the Year Craig Ferguson, Columbus Griff Mills, ASC Rosendo Bryden, Pembroke Brian Green, ASC Quentin Smith, Lander Adam Miller, Augusta

TEAM PBC YEAR 1. GCSU * 16-2 25-5 2. Columbus 13-5 19-8 3. Kennesaw 12-6 20-7 USCS 12-6 19-10 5. Armstrong 10-8 16-12 6. Lander 8-10 15-12 7. USCA 7-11 12-15 8. UNCP 6-12 10-18 9. Augusta 5-13 8-19 10. FMU 1-17 3-25 First Team All-PBC Clayton 0-0 14-12 Kenisy Adair, KSU Sherman Fuller, CSU * NCAA participant Tim Jones, GCSU Rookie of the Year Larry Coates, CSU Oliver Ottley, Augusta Marshall Dibble, Lander Player of the Year Nathan Norman, USCS Tony Edmundson, GCSU Tim Jones, GCSU Second Team All-PBC Coach of the Year Derek Moore, USCA Terry Sellers, GCSU Terry Leonard, USCS Kelian Livingston, Lander Jerry Kline, Armstrong Chris Brown, UNCP

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1996-1997

1997-1998

NORTH TEAM PBC YEAR 1. USCS * 13-3 22-7 2. FMU 12-4 16-11 3. USCA * 11-5 20-10 4. Lander 5-11 12-15 5. UNCP 3-13 7-20 Augusta 3-13 5-22 SOUTH First Team All-PBC 1. CSU * 12-4 26-7 Derrick Stroud, Clayton 2. Armstrong 11-5 18-11 Terry Leonard, USCS 3. KSU 10-6 18-10 Juan Wiley, USCA 4. GCSU 8-8 15-13 Larry Coates, CSU 5. Clayton 4-12 12-16 Allen Wilson, FMU UNF 4-12 8-17 Kendrick Smith, USCA * NCAA participant Second Team All-PBC Freshman of the Year Derek Moore, USCA Will Tucker, FMU Terrence Gist, USCS LeVar Conley, Clayton Player of the Year Mario Anderson, Armstrong Larry Coates, CSU Calvin Hill, CSU Coach of the Year Marcus Langston, GCSU Shelvick Adderly, KSU Ed Conroy, FMU

1992-1993 TEAM PBC YEAR 1. USCA 12-4 22-7 2. Augusta 10-6 17-12 FMU 10-6 19-9 USCS 10-6 18-9 5. ASC 8-8 15-12 Columbus 8-8 13-13 7. Pembroke 7-9 10-16 8. GC 6-10 15-13 First Team All-PBC 9. Lander 1-15 3-23 Derek Stewart, Augusta Kennesaw 0-0 19-12 Marcel Boggs, FMU Larry Blakeney, Augusta * NCAA participant Rookie of the Year Arnold Smith, Columbus Shaw Blackmon, USCA Kenny Coleman, GC Greg Pounds, USCS Player of the Year Derek Stewart, Augusta Second Team All-PBC Leon Morgan, Pembroke Coach of the Year Tyrone Orr, USCA Larry Epperly, USCA Bill Hanford, Lander Darren McDuffie, USCS Dell Lewis, GC Lance Posey, Columbus

1995-1996

TEAM PBC 1. Columbus* 15-3 2. GC 14-4 3. USCS * 13-5 4. Lander 11-7 5. Pembroke 8-10 Kennesaw 8-10 7. Augusta 6-12 8. ASC 5-13 USCA 5-13 FMU 5-13 Clayton 0-0 * NCAA participant

YEAR 26-6 21-7 23-8 19-8 15-13 12-15 11-16 12-14 First Team All-PBC 9-17 Rosendo Bryden, UNCP 8-19 Craig Ferguson, CSU Tim Jones, GC 7-19 Isaac Camon, CSU Marshall Dibble, Lander Rookie of the Year Nathan Norman, USCS Derek Moore, USCA Player of the Year Second Team All-PBC Marshall Dibble, Lander Derek Moore, USCA David Bright, USCS Coach of the Year Mike Brown, GC Herbert Greene, CSU Donald Lockhart, Lander Kenisy Adair, Kennesaw Adam Miller, Augusta

1998-1999

NORTH TEAM PBC YEAR 1. Augusta 13-3 19-10 Lander * 13-3 25-7 3. FMU 8-8 16-12 4. USCA 7-9 14-14 5. UNCP 3-13 5-22 6. USCS 2-14 4-23 SOUTH 1. GCSU 13-3 24-5 2. CSU 9-7 18-10 First Team All-PBC Armstrong 9-7 17-11 Robert Conley, Clayton 4. UNF 8-8 12-16 Kavossy Franklin, ASU 5. Clayton 7-9 15-12 Julius Joseph, GCSU 6. KSU 4-12 10-17 Antoine Stokes, UNF Julius Teal, KSU * NCAA participant Juan Wiley, USCA Freshman of the Year Gary Boodnikoff, ASU Second Team All-PBC Geoff Brower, LU Player of the Year Robert Campbell, Armstrong Maulvi Lewis, CSU Kavossy Franklin, ASU Derek Moore, USCA Coach of the Year Shawn Strong, CSU Gary Tuell, ASU Allen Wilson, FMU

Armstrong won the 1994-95 Peach Belt Conference title by two games


Peach Belt Conference Year-By-Year 1999-2000 NORTH TEAM PBC YEAR 1. Augusta 12-4 17-11 Lander 12-4 21-9 3. UNCP 6-10 16-11 USCS 6-10 12-16 5. USCA 5-11 13-12 FMU 5-11 9-17

SOUTH 1. GCSU * 13-3 25-6 2. Armstrong 11-5 16-13 3. CSU * 8-8 22-10 4. Clayton 7-9 11-15 KSU 7-9 14-11 6. UNF 4-12 9-17 * NCAA participant

1. 3. 5. 6.

NORTH TEAM PBC Augusta * 11-5 Lander 11-5 USCA 9-7 USCS 9-7 FMU 4-12 UNCP 3-13

SOUTH 1. Armstrong * 15-1 2. UNF 8-8 CSU 8-8 4. Clayton 6-10 GCSU 6-10 UNF 6-10 * NCAA participant

2001-2002

YEAR 21-10 17-10 16-12 16-11 7-19 6-20 25-8 14-13 15-13 9-18 10-15 11-15

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

SOUTH 1. Clayton 15-4 2. CSU 13-6 KSU 13-6 4. GCSU 10-9 UNF 10-9 6. Armstrong 8-11 * NCAA participant

NORTH TEAM PBC Augusta * 14-5 UNCP 8-11 USCS 8-11 USCA 7-12 Lander 6-13 FMU 2-17

YEAR 22-8 12-15 11-16 12-16 11-17 4-23 19-9 19-9 20-10 15-12 13-14 13-15

2002-2003 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

NORTH TEAM PBC ASU * 13-6 USCS 11-8 FMU 8-11 Lander 4-15 USCA 4-15 UNCP 0-19

SOUTH 1. CSU * 16-3 2. KSU 14-5 3. Armstrong 12-7 4. Clayton 11-8 UNF 11-8 6. GC&SU 10-9 * NCAA participant

YEAR 18-11 18-11 13-14 7-21 5-23 0-28 27-5 25-10 14-14 17-12 15-14 14-13

First Team All-PBC Geoff Brower, Lander Robert Campbell, Armstrong Earl Grant, GCSU Demetric Hymes-Taylor, ASU Julius Joseph, GCSU David Loboja, Lander

First Team All-PBC Gary Boodnikoff, ASU Robert Campbell, Armstrong Travis Crutcher, CSU Koran Godwin, UNF Festus Hawkins, ASU Simon Moore, Lander

First Team All-PBC Gary Boodnikoff, ASU Rodney Keener, GCSU Clint Keown, USCA Koran Godwin, UNF Kevin Harrington, USCS Edderick Womack, KSU

First Team All-PBC Jed Bedford, CSU Kevin Harrington, USCS Terrence Hill, KSU Rodney Keener, GCSU Adrian Penland, Lander Daryl Williams, Armstrong

Second Team All-PBC Travis Crutcher, CSU Sedessa Fisher, UNF Theotis Gibson, UNCP Festus Hawkins, ASU Nick Patrick, KSU Will Tucker, FMU

Second Team All-PBC Greg Favors, Armstrong Adrian Prioleau, UNCP Chris Robinson, USCA Sherron Singleton, USCS Maurice Smith, GCSU Edderick Womack, KSU

Second Team All-PBC Adrian Penland, Lander Kareen Harris, Clayton Jay Bruer, UNCP David Siebrands, UNCP David Koncul, CSU Derrick Nicholson, GCSU

Second Team All-PBC Deshawn Bowman, CSU Jamal Johnson, Clayton Louis McCullough, FMU Reggie McKoy, KSU Daryl Ruffus, GCSU David Siebrands, ASU

Co-Freshman of the Year Chris Conklin, CSU Charles Sullivan, FMU

Freshman of the Year Kevin Harrington, USCS

Freshman of the Year Donny Lotz, UNF

Freshman of the Year Georgy Joseph, KSU

Player of the Year Robert Campbell, Armstrong

Player of the Year Gary Boodnikoff, ASU

Player of the Year Terrence Hill, KSU

Coach of the Year Griff Mills, Armstrong

Co-Coaches of the Year John Haskins, UNCP Gary Tuell, ASU

Coach of the Year Tony Ingle, KSU

Player of the Year Robert Campbell, Armstrong Coach of the Year Terry Sellers, GCSU 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2000-2001

2003-2004 NORTH TEAM PBC FMU * 15-1 ASU 9-7 USCS 7-9 USCA 4-12 Lander 3-13 UNCP 2-14

YEAR 27-4 11-17 14-14 11-18 7-21 3-25

SOUTH 1. KSU * 16-0 2. CSU * 12-4 3. Armstrong * 10-6 Clayton 10-6 5. UNF 5-11 6. GC&SU 3-13 * NCAA participant

35-4 22-9 21-10 22-8 First Team All-PBC 13-15Brian Bain, Armstrong 7-22 Yandel Brown, CSU Terrence Hill, KSU Louis McCullough, FMU Freshman of the Year Reggie McKoy, KSU Randy Williams, FMU Tommy Greer, ASU Player of the Year Second Team All-PBC Terrence Hill, KSU Deshawn Bowman, CSU Coach of the Year Damien Goodman, UNCP John Schweitz, FMU Kevin Harrington, USCS Donny Lotz, UNF B.J. Puckett, Clayton State John Thomas, CSU

1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

2004-2005 NORTH TEAM PBC Upstate * 13-3 ASU 10-6 Lander 10-6 FMU 5-11 USCA 2-14 UNCP 1-15

YEAR 24-8 19-11 17-11 10-17 7-21 3-25

SOUTH 1. KSU * 13-3 2. CSU * 11-5 Clayton 11-5 4. UNF 9-7 5. Armstrong 6-10 6. GC&SU 5-11 * NCAA participant

24-6 23-9 18-13 14-17 First Team All-PBC 15-14 Yandel Brown, CSU 13-15 Craig Butts, Clayton Georgy Joseph, KSU Lorenzo Lawrence, Armstrong Charleston Long, Upstate Freshman of the Year Louis McCullough, FMU Cameron Tovey, ASU Player of the Year Second Team All-PBC Jay Free, Upstate Yandel Brown, CSU Jarred Jackson, Lander Coach of the Year Kendrick Jones, CSU Eddie Payne, Upstate Donny Lotz, UNF Rey Luque, KSU Bryan Taylor, Armstrong

2005-2006

TEAM PBC YEAR 1. CSU* 16-4 23-9 GCSU* 16-4 22-9 3. Armstrong* 15-5 23-8 4. Clayton 14-6 21-7 5. Upstate* 12-8 20-10 6. ASU 11-9 15-13 7. NGCSU 10-10 14-12 8. FMU 7-13 12-16 9. Lander 4-16 9-21 USCA 4-16 6-22 11. UNCP 1-19 5-24 * NCAA participant

Freshman of the Year Daniel Quinlan, Upstate All-PBC Honors Ransom Antoine, CSU Player of the Year Richard Blocker, USCA Jeremy Mayweather, GCSU Tyrekus Bowman, ASU Coach of the Year Alex Carter, Armstrong Matt Causey, NGCSU Terry Sellers, GCSU Jay Free, Upstate Bryan Harrison, GCSU Jeremy Mayweather, GCSU Todd McLaurin, Clayton Ron Robinson, CSU Bryan Taylor, Armstrong

Armstrong has had twelve All-PBC players in the last eight seasons

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Peach Belt Conference Year-by-Year / PBC Tournament History 2006-07 NORTH TEAM PBC YEAR 1. Lander * 11-5 20-11 2. Upstate 9-7 17-11 3. FMU 5-11 9-19 UNCP 5-11 6-22 5. NGA 4-12 9-21 6. USCA 3-13 9-22 SOUTH 1. ASU * 14-2 24-7 2. Armstrong * 11-5 21-9 3. Clayton * 10-6 24-8 4. CSU 9-7 17-12 5. GCSU 8-8 19-10 6. GSW 7-9 16-13 * NCAA participant All-PBC Honors Jay Anderson, North Georgia Norbey Aragon, Ga. Southwestern Tyrekus “A.J.” Bowman, Augusta St. Aaron Clark, GCSU Tory Harris, Armstrong Jarred Jackson, Lander Ben Madgen, Augusta St. Todd McLaurin, Clayton State Adrian Robinson, Ga. Southwestern Ron Robinson, Columbus State Garret Siler, Augusta St. Bryan Taylor, Armstrong

Freshman of the Year Ben Madgen, Augusta State Player of the Year Tyrekus “A.J.” Bowman, Augusta State Coach of the Year Dip Metress, Augusta State

2007-08 TEAM PBC YEAR 1. USCA * 19-1 27-4 2. ASU * 17-3 27-7 3. GCSU 13-7 20-9 4. NGA 12-8 18-11 5. Armstrong 11-9 17-11 6. Clayton * 9-11 19-15 CSU 9-11 13-18 8. FMU 6-14 12-16 Lander 6-14 10-19 10. GSW 5-15 8-19 11. UNCP 3-17 8-20 * NCAA participant All-PBC Honors Tyrekus “A.J.” Bowman, Augusta State Aaron Clark, GCSU Chris Commons, USC Aiken Jeremy Fears, USC Aiken William Kane, Armstrong Shaun Keaton, GCSU Ben Madgen, Augusta State Andre Morgan, North Georgia Nick Pope, North Georgia Anthony Sargent, Georgia Southwestern Garret Siler, Augusta State Michael Sloan, Clayton State Freshman of the Year Simel Boyd, Francis Marion Co-Player of the Year Tyrekus “A.J.” Bowman, Augusta State Chris Commons, USC Aiken Coach of the Year Vince Alexander, USC Aiken

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2008-09 TEAM PBC YEAR 1. ASU * 17-3 30-5 2. USCA * 16-4 25-8 3. Armstrong * 15-5 23-7 GCSU * 15-5 22-7 5. FMU 9-11 16-12 NGA 9-11 15-12 7. Clayton 7-13 15-14 Lander 7-13 12-16 9. GSW 6-14 10-18 CSU 6-14 8-19 11. UNCP 3-17 6-21 * NCAA participant All-PBC First Team Chris Commons, USC Aiken Shaun Keaton, GCSU Ben Madgen, Augusta State Garret Siler, Augusta State Dwight Tolbert, Armstrong Second Team Javonte Clanton, USC Aiken Josh Dollard, USC Aiken LaBrian Lyons, North Georgia Brian Moultrie, Armstrong Anthony Sargent, Ga. Southwestern Third Team Fred Brathwaite, Augusta State Kevin Clark, Francis Marion Bernard Fields, Clayton State Sean Miller, Columbus State Anthony Rowe, North Georgia Freshman of the Year Evan Mobley, Ga. Southwestern Player of the Year Chris Commons, USC Aiken Coach of the Year Terry Sellers, GCSU

2009-10

EAST TEAM PBC YEAR 1. ASU * 17-1 29-4 2. USCA * 11-7 20-11 3. FMU 10-8 18-10 4. Armstrong 7-11 12-16 5. Flagler 6-12 11-16 6. Lander 5-13 11-16 UNCP 5-13 9-18 WEST 1. GCSU * 15-2 22-6 2. Mvallo * 11-6 25-8 3. NGA 10-7 15-13 4. Clayton 8-9 16-13 5. CSU 6-11 12-14 6. GSW 3-14 7-20 * NCAA participant All-PBC First Team Fred Brathwaite, Augusta State Ben Madgen, Augusta State Freddy Little, Montevallo Graham Martin, GCSU Alex Smith, Augusta State Second Team Simel Boyd, Francis Marion Byron Faison, USC Aiken Michael Moynihan, North Georgia Robert Murry, Clayton State Chris Rawls, Ga. Southwestern Third Team Daniel Dixon, Augusta State D.J. Ferguson, Flagler Ty Rowland, GCSU Patrick Shokpeka, Armstrong Chris Telesford, Columbus State Freshman of the Year Shahmel Brackett, UNC Pembroke Player of the Year Ben Madgen, Augusta State Coach of the Year Dip Metress, Augusta State

1992 (Augusta, Ga.)

Quarterfinals USC Spartanburg 69, Lander 52 Francis Marion 81, USC Aiken 64 Georgia College 87, Augusta College 79 Columbus College 105, Armstrong State 92 Semifinals USC Spartanburg 55, Francis Marion 48 Columbus College 95, Georgia College 87

Championship Columbus College 86, USC Spartanburg 76 All-Tournament Team Ulysses Hacket, USCS Jessie Fleming, Columbus Dell Lewis, Georgia College Mike Sanda, Columbus Tournament MVP Tyrone Avery, Columbus

1993 (Augusta, Ga.)

First Round Georgia College 78, Lander 77

Quarterfinals USC Aiken 73, Georgia College 69 USC Spartanburg 65, Armstrong State 58 Francis Marion 79, Columbus College 69 Augusta College 70, Pembroke State 66 Semifinals USC Aiken 77, USC Spartanburg 75 (ot) Augusta College 69, Francis Marion 68 (ot) Championship USCA 64, Augusta 60

All-Tournament Team Carlton Farr, FMU Dell Lewis, Georgia College Greg Williams, Augusta Shaw Blackmon, USCA Co-Tournament MVP Steve Franklin, USCA Derek Stewart, Augusta

1994 (Augusta, Ga.)

First Round Armstrong State 68, Georgia College 60

Quarterfinals Columbus College 80, Armstrong State 63 Pembroke State 69, USC Spartanburg 67 Lander 92, USC Aiken 76 Augusta College 83, Francis Marion 78 Semifinals Columbus State 93, Pembroke State 70 Lander 87, Augusta State 85 Championship Lander 76, Columbus 74 All-Tournament Team Rosendo Bryden, Pembroke William Adair, Augusta Greg Gibson, Lander Hal Chambers, Columbus Henry Callins, Columbus Tournament MVP Bill Hanford, Lander

Armstrong has had at least one All-PBC player every year since ‘01-’02


Peach Belt Conference Tournament History 1995 (Augusta, Ga.)

1997 (Milledgeville, Ga.)

First Round Kennesaw State 98, USC Aiken 94 (ot) Augusta College 75, Pembroke State 74

First Round Francis Marion 63, USC Aiken 60 UNC Pembroke 65, Augusta State 51

Quarterfinals Armstrong State 63, Kennesaw State 59 Columbus College 95, Francis Marion 59 Lander 68, Georgia College 66 USC Spartanburg 66, Augusta College 63

Quarterfinals Armstrong 70, Kennesaw State 66 Columbus State 74, Francis Marion 46 GC&SU 70, UNC Pembroke 55 USC Spartanburg 55, Lander 49

Semifinals Columbus College 79, Armstrong State 74 Lander 78, USC Spartanburg 72

Semifinals USC Spartanburg 84, Columbus State 83 (ot) GC&SU 80, Armstrong 70

Championship Lander 77, Columbus College 56

Championship GC&SU 69, USC Spartanburg 65

All-Tournament Team Dusan Stevic, ASC Greg Gibson, Lander Quentin Smith, Lander Craig Ferguson, Columbus Robbie Turner, USCS Tournament MVP Larry Person, Lander

1999 (Savannah, Ga.)

1998 (Savannah, Ga.)

First Round Clayton State 90, Lander 84 (2 ot) Kennesaw State 68, Augusta State 46 GC&SU 64, UNC Pembroke 43 USC Aiken 85, North Florida 68

Quarterfinals Columbus State 81, Clayton State 76 Kennesaw State 71, Francis Marion 64 GC&SU 77, USC Spartanburg 62 Armstrong 79, USC Aiken 68 Semifinals Columbus State 82, Kennesaw State 64 Armstrong 77, GC&SU 72

All-Tournament Team Tim Jones, GC&SU Tony Edmundson, GC&SU Q’Terry Leonard, USCS Quinton Peterson, CSU Nathan Norman, USCS Tournament MVP Quinton Matthews, GC&SU

Championship CSU 74, Armstrong 60

2000 (Greenwood, S.C.)

2001 (Greenwood, S.C.)

In 2000 and 2001, only the top four teams from each division advanced to the PBC Tournament

First Round North Florida 70, UNC Pembroke 64 Francis Marion 55, Kennesaw State 53 (ot) USC Aiken 75, Clayton State 71 Armstrong 72, USC Spartanburg 66 Quarterfinals Augusta State 84, North Florida 78 Columbus State 69, Francis Marion 62 GC&SU 98, USC Aiken 93 (ot) Lander 65, Armstrong 54 Semifinals All-Tournament Team Armstrong 70, CSU 68 Julius Joseph, GC&SU GC&SU 61, Lander 59 Niam Fogle, Lander Kavossy Franklin, ASU Championship Demetric Taylor, ASU GC&SU 70, ASU 64 David Jackson, CSU Tournament MVP Derrick Nicholson, GC&SU

Quarterfinals Augusta State 61, Clayton State 57 Armstrong 77, UNC Pembroke 54 USC Spartanburg 72, GC&SU 69 Columbus State 94, Lander 71

Quarterfinals Augusta State 79, Clayton State 68 USC Aiken 84, North Florida 72 Armstrong 82, USC Spartanburg 74 Columbus State 87, Lander 67

Semifinals Armstrong 69, Augusta State 46 Columbus State 81, USC Spartanburg 65

Semifinals Augusta State 79, USC Aiken 73 Armstrong 76, Columbus State 71

Championship CSU 95, Armstrong 67

Championship ASU 60, Armstrong 46 All-Tournament Team Travis Crutcher, CSU Chris Robinson, USCA Robert Campbell, Armstrong Festus Hawkins, ASU T.J. Ott, ASU Tournament MVP Gary Boodnikoff, ASU

2002 (Columbus, Ga.)

All-Tournament Team Festus Hawkins, ASU Sherron Singleton, USCS Robert Campbell, Armstrong Maulvi Lewis, CSU Tavares Brown, Armstrong Tournament MVP Travis Crutcher, CSU

2003 (Columbus, Ga.)

First Round Kennesaw State 96, Francis Marion 83 USC Aiken 92, North Florida 91 (ot) Lander 71, GC&SU 66 Armstrong 68, USC Spartanburg 60

First Round North Florida 77, Lander 68 (ot) GC&SU 56, Francis Marion 54 Armstrong 67, UNC Pembroke 59 Clayton State 79, USC Aiken 71 (ot)

Quarterfinals Kennesaw State 86, UNC Pembroke 77 Clayton State 77, USC Aiken 61 Augusta State 68, Lander 45 Columbus State 68, Armstrong 60

Quarterfinals Augusta State 90, North Florida 75 Kennesaw State 79, GC&SU 66 (ot) USC Spartanburg 61, Armstrong 57 Columbus State 87, Clayton State 79

Semifinals Kennesaw State 72, Clayton State 69 Augusta State 69, Columbus State 65

Semifinals Kennesaw State 69, Augusta State 49 Columbus State 70, USC Spartanburg 59

Championship Augusta State 79, Kennesaw State 67

All-Tournament Team Mario Anderson, Armstrong Julius Teal, KSU Levar Conley, Clayton Larry Coates, CSU John Nelson, GC&SU Tournament MVP Calvin Hill, CSU

All-Tournament Team Letterance McFadden, ASU Golden Ingle, KSU Hala Kaufusi, KSU Clint Keown, USCA David Koncul, CSU Tournament MVP Gary Boodnikoff, ASU

Championship Columbus State 72, Kennesaw State 56

All-Tournament Team Deshawn Bowman, CSU Cedric Howell, CSU Terrence Hill, KSU Reggie McKoy, KSU Jamal Johnson, Clayton State Tournament MVP Jed Bedford, CSU

Armstrong has reached the PBC Championship game four times since ‘98

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Peach Belt Conference Tournament History 2004 (Augusta, Ga.)

2005 (Augusta, Ga.)

First Round Armstrong 74, Lander 69 GC&SU 68, USC Spartanburg 67 USC Aiken 90, North Florida 58 Clayton State 90, UNC Pembroke 56

First Round Columbus State 92, UNC Pembroke 62 Armstrong 66, Francis Marion 39 USC Aiken 80, North Florida 72 Augusta State 75, GC&SU 73

Quarterfinals Armstrong 72, Francis Marion 69 Columbus State 90, GC&SU 62 Kennesaw State 96, USC Aiken 61 Clayton State 66, Augusta State 42

Quarterfinals Columbus State 83, Lander 64 Kennesaw State 72, Armstrong 50 USC Upstate 75, USC Aiken 55 Augusta State 67, Clayton State 53

Semifinals Columbus State 89, Armstrong 49 Kennesaw State 43, Clayton State 39

Semifinals Columbus State 90, Kennesaw State 68 USC Upstate 79, Augusta State 63

Championship Kennesaw State 72, Columbus State 70

Championship Columbus State 93, USC Upstate 81

All-Tournament Team Deshawn Bowman, CSU Yandel Brown, CSU Reggie McKoy, KSU John Thomas, CSU Daryl Williams, Armstrong

Tournament MVP Terrence Hill, KSU

Quarterfinals GCSU 78, UNC Pembroke 65 Armstrong 76, Augusta State 69 USC Upstate 69, Clayton State 68 Lander 81, Columbus State 74 Semifinals Armstrong 74, GCSU 72 USC Upstate 76, Lander 65 Championship USC Upstate 73, Armstrong 49

Tournament MVP Yandel Brown, CSU

2007 (Greenwood, S.C.)

2008 (Aiken, S.C.)

First Round GCSU 68, UNC Pembroke 53 Columbus State 66, USC Aiken 58

First Round Clayton State 53, UNC Pembroke 50 Lander 68, Francis Marion 53

Quarterfinals Clayton State 63, USC Upstate 43 Augusta State 91, GCSU 82 Armstrong 78, Francis Marion 68 Lander 83, Columbus State 81

Quarterfinals Clayton State 63, Augusta State 62 GCSU 85, Columbus State 79 North Georgia 88, Armstrong 86 USC Aiken 96, Lander 64

Semifinals Clayton State 72, Augusta State 69 Lander 60, Armstrong 56

Semifinals Clayton State 73, GCSU 65 USC Aiken 88, North Georgia 83

Championship Lander 75, Clayton State 61

Championship Clayton State 89, USC Aiken 87 3ot

First Round UNC Pembroke 83, FMU 78 (ot) Lander 73, USC Aiken 57

All-Tournament Team Karim Telfer, ASU Georgy Joseph, KSU C.J. Paul, USC Upstate Kendrick Jones, CSU Jack Tinkler, CSU

All-Tournament Team Zach Evans, Lander Todd McLaurin, Clayton State Michael Sloan, Clayton State Bryan Taylor, Armstrong A.J. Bowman, Augusta State

Tournament MVP Michael Griffin, Lander

Armstrong Atlantic Augusta State Clayton State Columbus State Flagler Francis Marion Georgia College

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W-L

19-18 24-16 13-13 30-12 0-0 4-18 16-17

Pct.

.514 .600 .500 .714 .000 .182 .485

Team

Tournament MVP Daniel Quinlan, USC Upstate

2009 (Aiken, S.C.) First Round Lander 74, Columbus State 60 Clayton State 63, Georgia Southwestern 48 Quarterfinals Augusta State 97, Lander 78 GCSU 81, North Georgia 76 Armstrong 68, Francis Marion 66 USC Aiken 60, Clayton State 50

Championship Augusta State 65, USC Aiken 64

All-Tournament Team Jakirra Milsap, North Georgia Aaron Clark, GCSU Job Casimir, USC Aiken Chris Commons, USC Aiken Bernard Fields, Clayton State Tournament MVP Tracy Williams, Clayton State

Georgia Southwestern Lander Montevallo North Georgia UNC Pembroke USC Aiken

All-Tournament Team Jeremy Byrd, USC Upstate Alex Carter, Armstrong Aaron Clark, GCSU Emmanuel Hodrea, Lander Bryan Taylor, Armstrong

Semifinals Augusta State 79, GCSU 74 USC Aiken 90, Armstrong 87 4ot

All-Tournament Team Daniel Dixon, Augusta State Chris Commons, USC Aiken Josh Dollard, USC Aiken Shaun Keaton, GCSU Calvin Wilson, Armstrong Tournament MVP Ben Madgen, Augusta State

2010 (Aiken, S.C.) Quarterfinals (Host denoted by *) *Augusta State 83, Armstrong 80 *USC Aiken 80, Francis Marion 59 Clayton State 77, *GCSU 66 *Montevallo 88, North Georgia 79 Semifinals Montevallo 81, Augusta State 77 USC Aiken 58, Clayton State 55

All-Time Peach Belt Tournament Records Team

2006 (Greenwood, S.C.)

W-L

1-2 14-15 3-2 1-3 6-16 16-16

Pct.

.333 .483 .600 .250 .273 .500

Championship USC Aiken 65, Montevallo 60 All-Tournament Team Timothy Downs, Clayton State Ben Madgen, Augusta State Tauras Dortch, Montevallo Freddy Little, Montevallo Kevin Willis, USC Aiken Tournament MVP Byron Faison, USC Aiken

Armstrong has the third-most overall wins in PBC tournament history


Season Top 10s Double-Double Seasons

Bobby Cannon, 66-67..........15.4 ppg, 10.2 rpg Joe Harper, 68-69.................15.6 ppg, 11.9 rpg Joe Harper, 69-70.................15.6 ppg, 11.9 rpg Sam Berry, 71-72.................26.8 ppg, 15.7 rpg Sam Berry, 72-73.................21.2 ppg, 13.4 rpg Sonny Powell, 73-74............18.2 ppg, 10.7 rpg Sam Berry, 74-75.................23.4 ppg, 11.8 rpg Wayne Armstrong, 74-75.....13.0 ppg, 11.5 rpg Wayne Armstrong, 75-76.....16.6 ppg, 11.4 rpg Wayne Armstrong, 76-77.....17.8 ppg, 11.5 rpg Aaron Hill, 78-79.................13.3 ppg, 11.8 rpg Aaron Hill, 79-80.................16.7 ppg, 13.6 rpg Ray Smith, 81-82.................28.8 ppg, 14.9 rpg

Points

1. Ray Smith, 81-82.................................865 2. Sam Berry, 71-72.................................750 3. Steve Holland, 70-71...........................622 4. Sam Berry, 74-75.................................608 5. Sam Berry, 75-76.................................599 6. Ike Williams, 73-74..............................596 7. Danny Stell, 68-69...............................588 8. Dennis Davis, 76-77.............................575 9. Sam Berry, 72-73.................................551 10. Lorenzo Lawrence, 04-05....................542

Points Per Game

1. Ray Smith, 81-82.................................28.8 2. Sam Berry, 71-72.................................26.8 3. Sam Berry, 75-76.................................24.0 4. Steve Holland, 70-71...........................23.9 5. Ike Williams, 73-74..............................23.8 6. Sam Berry, 74-75.................................23.4 7. Danny Stell, 68-69...............................21.8 Daryl Williams, 03-04..........................21.8 9. Sam Berry, 72-73.................................21.2 10. Ike Williams, 74-75..............................20.6

Rebounds

1. Ray Smith, 81-82.................................448 2. Sam Berry, 71-72.................................439 3. Aaron Hill, 79-80.................................393 4. Sam Berry, 72-73.................................348 5. Wayne Armstrong, 76-77.....................323 6. Joe Harper, 68-69.................................320 7. Aaron Hill, 78-79.................................318 8. Sam Berry, 74-75.................................306 9. Wayne Armstrong, 74-75.....................288 10. Wayne Armstrong, 75-76.....................286

Rebounds Per Game

1. Sam Berry, 71-72.................................15.7 2. Ray Smith, 81-82.................................14.9 3. Aaron Hill, 79-80.................................13.6 4. Sam Berry, 72-73.................................13.4 5. Joe Harper, 68-69.................................11.9 6. Sam Berry, 74-75.................................11.8 Aaron Hill, 78-79.................................11.8 8. Wayne Armstrong, 74-75.....................11.5 Wayne Armstrong, 76-77.....................11.5 10. Wayne Armstrong, 75-76.....................11.4

Field Goals Made

1. Ray Smith, 81-82.................................363 2. Sam Berry, 71-72.................................311 3. Steve Holland, 70-71...........................266 4. Sam Berry, 75-76.................................264 5. Sam Berry, 74-75.................................255 6. Sam Berry, 72-73.................................252 7. Dennis Davis, 76-77.............................246 8. Ike Williams, 73-74..............................245 9. Danny Stell, 68-69...............................220 Tommy Blackshear, 83-84...................220

Field Goal % (Min. 150 att.)

1. Ray Smith, 81-82............. .660 (363-547) 2. Joe Henry, 79-80.............. .645 (198-307) 3. Brian Moultrie, 08-09...... .639 (145-227) 4. Will Robinson, 83-84....... .635 (120-189) 5. Cyrille Mainnemarre, 99-00 .620 (114-184) 6. Ike Williams, 71-72.......... .616 (188-305) 7. Rod Lane, 85-86............... .610 (172-282) Jim Owen, 83-84.............. .610 (136-223) 9. Al Hall, 81-82.................. .600 (120-199) 10. Terell Barnes, 89-90......... .599 (130-217)

3-Point Field Goals Made

1. Phil Clark, 91-92..................................91 2. Jamaal Galloway, 05-06.......................84 3. Steve Ray, 97-98..................................83 4. Steve Ray, 98-99..................................80 Jamaal Galloway, 07-08.......................80 6. Dwight Tolbert, 08-09..........................78 7. Lorenzo Lawrence, 04-05....................74 Keron McKenzie, 09-10.......................74 9. David Koncul, 99-00............................71 10. Brad Crow, 96-97.................................66 Jamaal Galloway, 06-07.......................66

3-Point % (min. 1 3PM/gm)

1. Greg Johnson, 87-88........ 2. Mick Jordan, 00-01.......... 3. Greg Johnson, 88-89........ David Koncul, 00-01........ 5. Jason Sanders, 03-04........ 6. Steve Ray, 97-98.............. 7. David Koncul, 99-00........ 8. Tyrone Green, 89-90 ....... 9. Tyrone Green, 90-91........ Chris Davis, 90-91...........

.519 (28-54) .504 (57-113) .480 (59-123) .480 (36-75) .471 (32-68) .456 (83-182) .455 (71-156) .451 (37-82) .444 (40-90) .444 (55-124)

Free Throws Made

1. Danny Stell, 68-69...............................148 2. Danny Stell, 69-70...............................139 Ray Smith, 81-82.................................139 4. Brian Bain, 03-04.................................137 5. Joe Harper, 68-69.................................132 6. David Rich, 69-70................................131 7. Sam Berry, 71-72.................................128 Foy Ballance, 80-81.............................128 9. Dave Pisarcik, 02-03............................127 Bryan Taylor, 06-07.............................127

Free Throw % (min. 2 FTM/gm)

1. Jamaal Galloway, 07-08.... 2. Foy Ballance, 79-80.......... 3. David Rich, 69-70............. 4. Danny Smith, 67-68.......... 5. Craig Chambers, 91-92..... 6. Greg Johnson, 87-88......... 7. Foy Ballance, 77-78.......... 8. John Tatum, 66-67............. 9. Foy Ballance, 80-81.......... 10. Foy Ballance, 78-79.......... Heath Schroyer, 94-95......

.923 (60-65) .917 (66-72) .910 (131-144) .899 (133-148) .894 (76-85) .877 (57-65) .873 (55-63) .871 (74-85) .865 (128-148) .857 (102-119) .857 (84-98)

Assists

1. Foy Ballance, 78-79.............................237 2. Amp Bush, 83-84.................................217 3. William Kane, 07-08............................207 4. Donnell Britton, 76-77.........................196 5. Foy Ballance, 80-81.............................182 6. Foy Ballance, 79-80.............................181 7. Mike Harner, 91-92..............................174 8. Robert Campbell, 99-00.......................167 9. Danny Stell, 68-69...............................165 10. Roger Weber, 73-74.............................162 Robert Campbell, 00-01.......................162

Steals

1. Robert Campbell, 00-01.......................113 2. Robert Campbell, 98-99.......................94 3. Robert Campbell, 99-00.......................92 4. Ike Williams, 71-72..............................86 5. Amp Bush, 83-84.................................78 6. Gino Groover, 83-84............................70 7. Mike Pringle, 78-79.............................67 8. Ike Williams, 74-75..............................65 Phil Clark, 91-92..................................65 10. Sonny Powell, 74-75............................63

Blocked Shots

1. Sam Berry, 72-73.................................79 2. Wayne Armstrong, 76-77.....................77 3. Sam Berry, 71-72.................................72 4. Aaron Hill, 79-80.................................65 5. Wayne Armstrong, 75-76.....................63 6. Ray Smith, 81-82.................................60 7. Willard Winn, 01-02............................58 8. Tim Sellers, 86-87................................54 9. Wayne Armstrong, 74-75.....................52 10. J.T. Harrison, 98-99.............................49

Daryl Williams

Lorenzo Lawrence

Keron McKenzie’s 74 threes in 2009-10 were the seventh-most in a single season

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Career Top 10s Games Played

1. Bryan Taylor, 03-07.............................121 2. Tavares Brown, 97-01..........................118 Robert Campbell, 97-01.......................118 4. Mick Jordan, 98-02..............................117 5. Jamaal Galloway, 04-08.......................116 6. Justin Wood, 00-04..............................113 7. Joe Staiti, 83-87...................................110 Eric Hathcock, 87-91...........................110 9. Shon Perry, 91-95.................................109 10. Foy Ballance, 77-81.............................108

Points

1. Sam Berry, 71-76.................................2508 2. Ike Williams, 71-75..............................2116 3. Robert Campbell, 97-01.......................1537 4. Bryan Taylor, 03-07.............................1402 5. Foy Ballance, 77-81.............................1329 6. Ron Hancock, 70-74............................1318 7. Eric Hathcock, 87-91...........................1287 8. Wayne Armstrong, 74-77.....................1236 9. Gino Groover, 83-86............................1219 10. Sonny Powell, 72-76............................1197

Points Per Game

1. Ray Smith, 81-83.................................29.3 2. Sam Berry, 71-76.................................23.9 Steve Holland, 70-71...........................23.9 4. Ike Williams, 71-75..............................20.3 5. Danny Stell, 68-70...............................19.6 6. Daryl Williams, 02-04..........................18.1 7. Mike Pringle, 78-80.............................17.8 8. Joe Henry, 78-80..................................17.6 9. Tommy Blackshear, 83-84...................17.3 10. Ed Bagley, 81-83..................................16.9

Rebounds

1. Sam Berry, 71-76.................................1331 2. Wayne Armstrong, 74-77.....................897 3. Bryan Taylor, 03-07.............................851 4. Sonny Powell, 72-76............................789 5. Aaron Hill, 78-80.................................711 6. Ike Williams, 71-75..............................692 7. Robert Bradley, 68-72..........................644 8. Eric Hathcock, 87-91...........................616 9. Tavares Brown, 97-01..........................541 10. Ray Smith, 81-83.................................540

Rebounds Per Game

1. Ray Smith, 81-83.................................14.6 2. Sam Berry, 71-76.................................12.7 Aaron Hill, 78-80.................................12.7 4. Wayne Armstrong, 74-77.....................11.4 5. Joe Harper, 68-69.................................10.9 6. Luke Ludwinski, 78-81........................9.0 7. Greg Favors, 99-01..............................8.6 8. Tim Sellers, 85-86................................8.0 9. Sonny Powell, 72-76............................7.9 Henry Wright, 76-78............................7.9

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Field Goals Made

1. Sam Berry, 71-76.................................1082 2. Ike Williams, 71-75..............................831 3. Robert Campbell, 97-01.......................578 4. Ron Hancock, 70-74............................540 5. Wayne Armstrong, 74-77.....................537 6. Bryan Taylor, 03-07.............................529 7. Sonny Powell, 72-76............................522 8. Eric Hathcock, 87-91...........................516 9. Foy Ballance, 77-81.............................489 10. Gino Groover, 83-86............................476

Free Throw % (min. 100 att.)

1. Foy Ballance, 78-81.......... 2. Jamaal Galloway, 04-08.... 3. Danny Sims, 66-68........... Greg Johnson, 87-89......... 5. Jesse Wheeler, 10-11......... 6. David Rich, 67-71............. 7. Joe Henry, 78-80............... 8. Tory Harris, 05-07............. 9. Heath Schroyer, 93-95...... 10. Robert Bradley, 68-72.......

Field Goal % (Min. 250 att.)

1. Ray Smith, 81-83.............. .667 (471-706) 2. Will Robinson, 83-85........ .608 (259-426) 3. Joe Henry, 78-80............... .605 (384-635) 4. Brian Moultrie, 07-09....... .604 (177-293) 5. Rod Lane, 84-86................ .590 (286-485) Greg Favors, 99-01........... .590 (187-317) 7. Amp Bush, 83-84.............. .582 (206-354) 8. Ike Williams, 71-75........... .563 (831-1475) 9. Henry T. Wright, 76-78..... .559 (269-488) 10. Luke Ludwinski, 78-81..... .558 (187-355)

Assists

1. Foy Ballance, 77-81.............................701 2. Roger Weber, 72-76.............................524 3. Robert Campbell, 97-01.......................469 4. William Kane, 05-08............................445 5. Mike Harner, 90-93..............................367 6. Gino Groover, 83-86............................345 7. Ike Williams, 71-75..............................335 8. David Rich, 67-71................................322 9. Donnell Britton, 76-78.........................303 10. Gabriel Robinson, 08-10......................302

3-Point Field Goals Made

1. Jamaal Galloway, 04-08.......................277 2. Mick Jordan, 98-01..............................183 3. Steve Ray, 97-99..................................163 4. David Koncul, 98-01............................145 5. Shon Perry, 91-95.................................123 Brad Crow, 95-97.................................123 7. Keron McKenzie, 08-10.......................117 8. Tyrone Green, 87-91............................115 9. T.T. Hall, 07-09....................................97 10. Phil Clark, 91-92..................................91 Tavares Brown, 97-01..........................91

3-Point % (min. 30 made)

1. Greg Johnson, 87-89............ .492 (87-177) 2. David Koncul, 98-01............ .443 (145-327) 3. Grant Domsic, 10-11......... .440 (59-134) 4. Phil Clark, 91-92.................. .438 (91-208) 5. Mick Jordan, 98-01.............. .437 (183-419) 6. Nick Bloemhof, 03-08........ .434 (43-99) 7. Tyrone Green, 87-91............ .432 (115-266) 8. Steve Ray, 97-99.................. .430 (163-379) 9. Mike Harner, 90-93.............. .437 (79-211) 10. Tony Simms, 90-91.............. .425 (31-73)

.873 (296-339) .871 (196-225) .857 (203-237) .857 (108-126) .850 (85-100) .845 (310-367) .818 (202-247) .800 (144-180) .793 (134-169) .791 (253-320)

Steals

1. Robert Campbell, 97-01.......................357 2. Ike Williams, 71-75..............................262 3. Sonny Powell, 72-76............................186 4. Roger Weber, 72-76.............................185 5. Gino Groover, 83-86............................174 6. Foy Ballance, 77-81.............................141 7. Avery Taylor, 88-91.............................138 8. Ron Hancock, 70-74............................128 9. Tyrone Green, 87-91............................122 10. Mike Pringle, 78-80.............................118

Blocked Shots

1. Sam Berry, 71-76.................................232 2. Wayne Armstrong, 74-77.....................192 3. Bryan Taylor, 03-07.............................147 4. Sonny Powell, 72-76............................115 5. Aaron Hill, 78-80.................................113 6. Patrick Sanou, 04-08............................95 7. Cyrille Mainnemarre, 99-01.................78 8. Ray Smith, 81-83.................................73 9. Tim Sellers, 85-87................................71 10. Henry Wright, 76-78............................69

Free Throws Made

1. Ike Williams, 71-75..............................454 2. Foy Ballance, 77-81.............................351 3. Sam Berry, 71-76.................................344 Bryan Taylor, 03-07.............................344 5. Robert Campbell, 97-01.......................330 6. David Rich, 67-71................................310 7. Danny Stell, 68-70...............................287 8. Gino Groover, 83-86............................257 9. Eric Hathcock, 87-91...........................254 10. Robert Bradley, 68-72..........................253

Bryan Taylor

Mick Jordan

Domsic’s 44 percent three-point shooting ranks third all-time


Team Records Scoring

Field Goals

Most Points

Most Field Goals

Most Points Per Game

Most Field Goals Attempted

Game: 142, vs. DeVry Institute, 11-29-91 (W 143-71) Season: 2,626 (27 games), 1978-79 Season: 97.3, 1979-79

Fewest Points

Game: 39, at Clemson, 12-17-86 (L 112-39) Season: 1,751 (28 games), 2002-03

Most Points Allowed Game: 132, at Valdosta State, 1-29-79 (L 132-90) Season: 2,463 (30 games), 1981-82

Fewest Points Allowed

Game: 39, vs. FMU, 3-2-05 (W 66-39 - PBC 1st Round) Season: 1,741 (28 games), 2002-03

Points

Most Points Game, Both Teams: 241, Armstrong (112) at West Georgia (129), 1-7-78 Fewest Points Game, Both Teams: 86, Armstrong (41) at North Georgia (45), 2-28-83 Largest margin of victory: 82, Armstrong (125) vs. Temple Baptist (43), 11-29-08 Largest margin of defeat: 73, Armstrong (39) at Clemson (112), 12-17-86 Most Points in a win: 142, Armstrong (142) vs. DeVry Institute (71), 11-29-91 Most Points in a road win: 129, Armstrong (129) at Clearwater (69), 12-14-78 Fewest Points in a win: 47, Armstrong (47) at Southern Tech (43) ot, 2-21-76 Fewest Points in a home win: 50, Armstrong (50) vs. Francis Marion (48), 1-2-03 Most Points in a loss: 112, Armstrong (112) at West Georgia (129), 1-7-78 Most Points in a home loss: 107, Armstrong (107) vs. Columbus State (123), 1-23-78 Fewest Points in a loss: 39, Armstrong (39) at Clemson (112), 12-17-86 Fewest Points in a home loss: 42, Armstrong (42) vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (77), 12-21-02

Wins and Losses Most Wins: 25, 1983-84 and 2000-01 Best Winning Percentage: .806 (25-6), 1983-84 Most Consecutive Wins: 16, 2000-01 Most Consecutive Season Opening Wins: 11, 1972 to 1983 Most Consecutive Wins to start a season: 11, 1983-84 Most Consecutive Home Wins: 23, 1972-74 Most Consecutive Road Wins: 8, 2000-01 Most Losses: 22, 1986-87 and 1987-88 Worst Winning Percentage: .214 (6-22), 1986-87 and 1987-88 Most Consecutive Losses: 13, 1966-68 Most Consecutive Losses in Season Openers: 3, 1995-98 Most Consecutive Losses to start a season: 6, three times. Most Consecutive Home Losses: 13, 1-27-88 to 2-4-89 Most Consecutive Road Losses: 9, three times. Last: 1995-96

Rebounds

Most Rebounds

Game: 85, vs. Hawthorne, 1-24-72 (W 140-85) Season: 1,608 (30 games), 1971-72

Rebound Margin

Game: 48, Armstrong vs. Webber, 12-21-78 (W 129-59) Season: 12.8, Armstrong (51.0), Opp (38.2), 1978-79

Game: 64, vs. DeVry Institute, 11-29-91 (W 143-71) Season: 1,116 (31 games), 1983-84 Game: 108, vs. Albany State, 2-18-74 (L 91-88) Season: 2,082 (27 games), 1978-79

Best Field Goal Percentage

Game: .731, vs. Edward Waters, 12-21-81 (W 124-83) Season: .557, 1983-84

Fewest Field Goals

Game: 13, at Clayton State, 1-12-05 (L 56-44) Season: 621 (28 games), 2002-03

Fewest Field Goals Attempted Game: 38, at Paine, 11-17-03 (W 61-60) Season: 1,380 (28 games), 2002-03

Lowest Field Goal Percentage Season: .404 (695-1720), 1986-87

3-Point Field Goals

Most 3-Pointers Made

Game: 20, vs. West Georgia, 12-28-91 (W 97-85) Season: 229 (31 games), 2005-06

Most 3-Pointers Attempted Game: 31, vs. West Georgia, 12-28-91 (W 97-85) Season: 588 (31 games), 2005-06

Best 3-Point Percentage

Game: .909 (10-11), vs. Columbus State, 2-24-90 (W 100-75) Season: .425, 1988-89

Free Throws Most Free Throws Made

Game: 43, vs. Fort Valley State, 2-16-88 (W 92-81) Season: 552 (27 games), 1978-79

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 53, vs. Fort Valley State, 2-16-88 (W 92-81) Season: 751 (30 games), 1971-72

Best Free Throw Percentage

Game: 1.000, three times. Last vs. Baptist, 1-22-87 (L 81-103) Season: .744, 2006-07

Fewest Free Throws Made Game: 0, vs. Georgia Southern, 2-15-82 (W 64-62) 0, at Miami (Fla.), 2-16-87 (L 47-97) Season: 251 (28 games), 1986-87

Fewest Free Throws Attempted Game: 1, at Miami (Fla.), 2-16-87 (L 47-97) Season: 364 (28 games), 1986-87

Other Records Most Assists

Game: 41, vs. Piedmont, 11-29-83 (W 121-75) Season: 577 (31 games), 1983-84

Most Steals

Game: 27, vs. DeVry Institute, 11-29-91 (W 143-71) Season: 303 (31 games), 1983-84

Most Blocked Shots

Game: 20, vs. Clearwater, 12-14-78 (W 129-69) Season: 144 (26 games), 1974-75

Coach Bill Alexander led Armstrong State to two NAIA and two NCAA playoff appearances in his 10 years as the Pirates’ head man.

Armstrong Coaching Records

Coach Larry Tapp Bill Alexander George Bianchi Renny Bryner Raleigh Pastrick Doug Riley Griff Mills John Marhefka Jeff Burkhamer Jeremy Luther

Years 1966-67 1967-77 1977-83 1983-86 1986-87 1987-90 1990-01 2001-02 2002-09 2009-

W-L Pct. 5-19 .208 148-128 .540 91-73 .554 52-34 .605 6-22 .214 64-54 .542 161-119 .575 13-15 .464 138-71 .660 26-28 .481

Coaching Honors NABC South District Coach of the Year George Bianchi (1978-79)

Atlanta TipOff Club Whack Hyder DII Coach of the Year Griff Mills (1994-95, 2000-01) Jeff Burkhamer (2005-06)

Peach Belt Conference Coach of the Year Griff Mills (1994-95, 2000-01)

South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year

Bill Alexander (1974-75, 1976-77)

Armstrong’s 82-point win against Temple Baptist is the PBC’s largest margin of victory

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Individual and Scoring Records Individual Records Most Points

Game: 50, Ray Smith vs. Piedmont, 1-16-82 Season: 865, Ray Smith, 1981-82 Career: 2,508, Sam Berry, 1971-76

Best Scoring Average Season: 28.8, Ray Smith, 1981-82 Career: 29.3, Ray Smith, 1981-83

Most Field Goals Made Game: 23, Ray Smith vs. Piedmont, 1-16-82 Season: 363, Ray Smith, 1981-82 Career: 1,082, Sam Berry, 1971-76

Most Free Throws

Game: 19, Larry Burke vs. Georgia State, 2-16-68 19, Ike Williams vs. Columbus State, 2-23-74 Season: 148, Danny Stell, 1968-69 Career: 454, Ike Williams, 1971-75 Consecutive: 45, David Rich, 1969-70

Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 25, Ike Williams vs. Columbus State, 2-23-74 Season: 212, Ray Smith, 1981-82 Career: 625, Ike Williams, 1971-75

Best Free Throw Percentage

Game: 35, Sam Berry vs. Chattanooga, 2-28-76 Season: 628, Sam Berry, 1971-72 Career: 2,250, Sam Berry, 1971-76

Game (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (14-14), David Rich vs. Berry, 1-10-69 1.000 (14-14), David Koncul at North Florida, 2-2-00 Season: .923 (60-65), Jamaal Galloway, 2007-08 Career: .873 (296-339), Foy Ballance, 1977-81

Best Field Goal Percentage

Most Rebounds

Most Field Goals Attempted

Game (min. 10 attempts): 1.000 (11-11), Herm Driskell vs. Edward Waters, 11-19-82 Season: .660 (363-547), Ray Smith, 1981-82 Career: .667 (471-706), Ray Smith, 1981-83

Most 3-Pointers Made

Game: 12, Phil Clark vs. West Georgia, 12-28-91 Season: 91, Phil Clark, 1991-92 Career: 277, Jamaal Galloway, 2004-08

Most 3-Pointers Attempted Game: 18, Phil Clark vs. West Georgia, 12-28-91 Season: 208, Phil Clark, 1991-92 Career: 676, Jamaal Galloway, 2004-08

Best 3-Point Percentage

Game (min. 5 attempts): 1.000 (5-5), Mick Jordan vs. Kennesaw State, 1-27-01 Season: .519 (28-54), Greg Johnson, 1987-88 Career: .492 (87-177), Greg Johnson, 1987-89

Game: 29, Sam Berry vs. Savannah State, 2-21-72 Season: 464, Ray Smith, 1981-82 Career: 1,331, Sam Berry, 1971-76

Best Rebound Average Season: 15.7, Sam Berry, 1971-72 Career: 14.6, Ray Smith, 1981-83

Most Assists

Game: 20, Foy Ballance vs. Flagler, 11-25-78 Season: 237, Foy Ballance, 1978-79 Career: 701, Foy Ballance, 1977-81

Most Steals

Game: 9, Andre Duke vs. Lander, 2-8-92 Season: 113, Robert Campbell, 2000-01 Career: 357, Robert Campbell, 1997-01

Most Blocked Shots

Game: 11, Aaron Hill vs. Clearwater, 12-14-78 Season: 79, Sam Berry, 1972-73 Career: 233, Sam Berry, 1971-76

Robert Campbell Two-time Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year Robert Campbell made an assault on the all-time NCAA Division II steals record in 2000-01, collecting a school-record 113 thefts and finishing just four steals shy of the all-time mark, held at the time by Oronn Brown of Clarion. A two-time DII Bulletin All-America selection, Campbell finished his four-year career as the Pirates’ all-time leader in steals and games played and was the third leading scorer in school history, tallying 1,587 points.

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Top Performances 35-Point Games Date Player Pts. Against Score 12/14/70 Steve Holland 35 at Florida Tech W 98-75 1/16/71 Steve Holland 40 at CofCharleston W 104-89 1/21/71 Steve Holland 37 UNC Wilmingtn W 96-84 12/8/71 Sam Berry 39 Savannah State W 90-85 12/11/71 Sam Berry 39 Baptist L 83-85 12/20/71 Sam Berry 35 Carroll W 104-97 ot 1/26/72 Sam Berry 42 Valdosta State W 99-84 2/19/72 Sam Berry 39 Bryan W 104-63 12/8/73 Ike Williams 35 at Oglethorpe W 108-83 2/6/74 Ike Williams 38 Valdosta State W 92-81 2/9/74 Ike Williams 35 West Georgia L 88-101 2/22/74 Ike Williams 36 Columbus State L 100-110 12/10/74 Ike Williams 36 Savannah State W 108-81 12/28/74 Sam Berry 37 Wis.-Eau Claire W 96-94 2ot 1/28/75 Sam Berry 35 Savannah State W 108-81 2/10/75 Sam Berry 37 at Ky. Wesleyan L 77-92 12/30/75 Sam Berry 37 Valparaiso L 59-75 1/20/76 Wayne Armstrong 39 Buffalo W 92-84 ot 2/9/76 Sam Berry 35 West Georgia L 97-101 ot 2/14/76 Sam Berry 46 Augusta State W 84-83 ot 2/28/76 Sam Berry 42 at Chattanooga L 75-97 11/29/76 Wayne Armstrong 36 S.C. State W 93-63 1/6/79 Mike Pringle 42 West Georgia W 100-93 1/17/79 Terrell Jones 35 Valdosta State W 92-83 1/20/79 Joe Henry 39 at Flagler W 102-79 2/23/79 Joe Henry 38 Valdosta State L 89-96 12/29/79 Mike Pringle 35 Paine W 97-73 1/10/81 Daryll Mitchell 40 West Georgia L 87-94 12/17/81 Ray Smith 44 Urbana W 92-85 12/21/81 Ray Smith 37 Edward Waters W 124-83 1/16/82 Ray Smith 50 Piedmont W 135-105 2/6/82 Ray Smith 36 at Piedmont W 101-87 11/13/82 Ray Smith 39 GC&SU W 100-76 11/27/82 Ray Smith 38 South Carolina L 68-86 11/19/82 Tommy Blackshear 39 at Piedmont W 116-71 2/20/89 Greg Johnson 37 at Augusta State L 82-100 12/8/90 Chris Davis 36 at Fla. Atlantic W 93-81 12/28/91 Phil Clark 43 at West Georgia W 97-85 2/15/93 Mark Salley 35 Lander W 87-66 2/5/94 Jock Page 37 at USC Spartnbg W 95-88

20-Rebound Games Date Player Reb. Against 12/3/68 Joe Harper 23 Savannah State 12/7/68 Jim Stephens 21 LaGrange 1/4/69 Joe Harper 22 Emory & Henry 1/31/69 Jim Stephens 24 at Drake (Fla.) 3/1/69 Jim Stephens 23 Piedmont 11/29/71 Sam Berry 23 Florida Tech 2/19/72 Sam Berry 27 Bryan 2/21/72 Sam Berry 29 Savannah State 1/17/73 Sam Berry 20 at Augusta State 2/19/73 Sam Berry 20 Southern Tech 2/24/73 Sam Berry 20 at South Florida 1/21/74 Artie Johnson 22 St. Mary’s 11/16/74 Wayne Armstrong 26 Southern Tech 1/28/75 Sonny Powell 21 Savannah State 2/18/76 Wayne Armstrong 21 Valdosta State 3/6/76 Wayne Armstrong 20 West Georgia 12/14/78 Aaron Hill 27 at Clearwater 12/21/78 Aaron Hill 20 Webber 12/28/79 Aaron Hill 21 Florida Tech 1/24/81 Luke Ludwinski 20 Flagler 11/25/81 Ray Smith 23 Fla. Memorial 11/30/81 Ray Smith 23 at Marshall 12/21/81 Ray Smith 21 Edward Waters 1/13/82 Ray Smith 20 at Augusta State 2/6/82 Ray Smith 27 at Piedmont 2/10/82 Ray Smith 21 Columbus State 2/4/86 Rod Lane 22 Edward Waters

Score W 97-79 W 73-67 W 78-71 W 92-72 W 96-89 ot W 103-67 W 104-63 W 111-109 L 81-104 W 94-68 L 79-90 W 109-77 W 95-51 W 108-81 W 87-86 ot L 91-105 W 129-69 W 129-59 W 74-52 L 63-64 W 95-70 L 91-100 W 124-83 W 83-78 W 101-87 W 69-65 W 97-79

Robert Campbell was the PBC’s Player of the Year twice from ‘99-’01


Armstrong Honor Roll All-America Honors NAIA

Danny Sims (1967-68 - HM) Danny Stell (1968-69 - HM, 1969-70 - HM) Sam Berry (1971-72 - HM, 1972-73 - HM)

NABC

Ike Williams (1973-74 - 3rd Team) Wayne Armstrong (1976-77 - 3rd Team) Mike Pringle (1978-79 - 4th Team, 1979-80 - HM) Aaron Hill (1979-80 - HM) Tommy Blackshear (1983-84 - HM)

Associated Press

Ike Williams (1973-74 - HM, 1974-75 - 1st Team) Sam Berry (1974-75 - HM, 1975-76 - 3rd Team)

United Press International Ike Williams (1973-74 - 3rd Team)

Basketball Weekly

Mike Pringle (1978-79 - 4th Team)

Street & Smith Sam Berry (1973-74)

DII Bulletin

Robert Campbell (1999-00 - 4th Team, 2000-01 - 2nd Team)

All-District/ Region Honors NAIA District 25

Danny Stell (1969-70) Sam Berry (1971-72, 1972-73) Ed Bagley (1982-83) Tommy Blackshear (1983-84) Amp Bush (1983-84)

Peach Belt Conference First Team

NABC District/Region III

Chris Davis (1990-91) Robert Campbell (1999-00, 2000-01) Daryl Williams (2002-03) Brian Bain (2003-04) Lorenzo Lawrence (2004-05) Alex Carter (2005-06) Bryan Taylor (2005-06, 2006-07) Tory Harris (2006-07) William Kane (2007-08) Dwight Tolbert (2008-09)

Daktronics All-S. Atl. Region

Phil Clark (1991-92) Jock Page (1993-94) Dusan Stevic (1994-95) Brian Green (1994-95) Mario Anderson (1997-98) Robert Campbell (1998-99) Greg Favors (2000-01) Bryan Taylor (2004-05) Brian Moultrie (2008-09)

Ike Williams (1974-75) Sam Berry (1975-76) Wayne Armstrong (1976-77) Mike Pringle (1978-79, 1979-80) Aaron Hill (1979-80) Ray Smith (1981-82) Robert Campbell (1999-00, 2000-01 - 2nd Team) Bryan Taylor (2006-07 - 2nd Team) Robert Campbell (1999-00, 2000-01) Lorenzo Lawrence (2004-05)

CoSIDA Academic All-District III Patrick Sanou (2006-07, 2007-08)

All-Tournament Honors Peach Belt Conference Dusan Stevic (1995) Mario Anderson (1998) Robert Campbell (2000, 2001) Tavares Brown (2000) Daryl Williams (2004) Bryan Taylor (2005, 2007) Alex Carter (2005) Calvin Wilson (2009)

Second Team

Third Team

Patrick Shokpeka (2009-10) Chris Vanlandingham (2010-11)

PBC Player of the Year

Robert Campbell (1999-00, 2000-01)

Big South Conference Donald Johnson (1985-86, 1986-87) Rod Lane (1985-86)

South Atlantic Conference

SAC Tournament MVP

Ike Williams (1973-74, 1974-75) Ron Hancock (1973-74) Sonny Powell (1973-74) Wayne Armstrong (1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77) Dennis Davis (1976-77) Henry Wright (1977-78) Mike Pringle (1978-79) Aaron Hill (1979-80) Foy Ballance (1980-81) Daryll Mitchell (1980-81)

NCAA II South Atl. Regional

Sam Berry (1974-75, 1975-76) Wayne Armstrong (1976-77)

South Atlantic Conference Ike Williams (1975) Sam Berry (1975) Wayne Armstrong (1975, 1976) Dennis Davis (1976) Ike Williams (1975) Wayne Armstrong (1976)

Robert Campbell (2000-01)

Miscellaneous Honors

Atlanta Journal All-State Danny Stell (1968-69 HM)

Atlanta TipOff Club Player of the Year

Ike Williams

All-Conference Honors

Mike Pringle (1978-79) Ray Smith (1981-82) Robert Campbell (1999-00, 2000-01)

SAC Player of the Year

Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Danny Sims (1966-67, 1967-68) Danny Stell (1968-69, 1969-70) Joe Harper (1968-69 HM) Tommy Blackshear (1983-84) Amp Bush (1983-84)

GIAC Player of the Year Danny Stell (1969-70)

All-Freshman Team

Gino Groover (1983-84) Joe Staiti (1983-84)

Ike Williams earned Armstrong’s first AP All-America honor in ‘73-

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The Dearing Cup

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ith a history as long as the existence of basketball at Armstrong, the Dearing Cup has become a symbol among the Pirate faithful for dedication, preparation and execution on the basketball court. Named for longtime Savannah and Armstrong Atlantic State basketball supporter Ashley Dearing, the Dearing Cup is awarded to the Armstrong player with the best free throw percentage each season. Listed below are the winners of the Dearing Cup - an award that has been given for more than 50 years. Last year, senior Jesse Wheeler captured the Dearing Cup by hitting 85 of his 100 free throws for an .850 free throw percentage, ranking third in the Peach Belt Conference in free throws percentage. Ashley Dearing passed in March of 2009, but his wife, Angela, and the Dearing family have committed to continue honoring Armstrong men’s basketball student-athletes in his memory. The list of former winners of the Ashley Dearing Cup reads as a who’s-who of Armstrong Atlantic State basketball - from Armstrong Athletic Hall of Famers Foy Ballance and Danny Sims to All-Americans Ike Williams and Danny Stell to former University of Wyoming head men’s basketball coach Heath Schroyer.

Ashley Dearing Cup Winners 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-2000 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84

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Jesse Wheeler Patrick Shokpeka T.T. Hall Jamaal Galloway Tory Harris Jamaal Galloway Alex Carter Jason Sanders Brian Bain Mick Jordan Mick Jordan David Koncul Rasha Williams Tavares Brown Courtney Wilson Jerry Kline Heath Schroyer Brian Green Mike Harner Craig Chambers Chris Davis Avery Taylor Terrell Barnes Greg Johnson Greg Johnson Scott Tapp Rod Lane Jerome Holmes Amp Bush

1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1954-55

Brad Blastic Darryl Mitchell Foy Ballance Foy Ballance Foy Ballance Foy Ballance Donnell Britton Roger Weber Ike Williams Lamar Kirkley Roger Weber Ron Hancock Ron Hancock Robert Bradley David Rich Danny Stell Danny Sims Jahn Tatum Danny Sims Malcolm Rich David Clark Billy Young Jimmy George Dave Thomas Neal Perkins Ed Burns William Short Dana Hemly

The only four-time winner of the Ashley Dearing Cup, Foy Ballance is the Pirates’ all-time leader in free throw percentage, hitting 87.3 percent.

Danny Sims, a twotime winner of the Dearing Cup, is tied for second all-time in free throw percentage, hitting 85.7 percent.

The Dearing Cup is awarded to Armstrong’s top free throw shooter


All-Time Records Armstrong Men’s Basketball All-Time Vs. Opponents Alabama-Huntsville.................................. 3-1 Alabama State........................................... 1-1 Allen.......................................................... 1-0 Atlantic Christian...................................... 0-2 Auburn...................................................... 1-0 Auburn-Montgomery................................ 1-0 Augusta State........................................... 34-46 Augustana (S.D.)....................................... 1-0 Austin Peay State...................................... 0-4 Baldwin-Wallace....................................... 1-0 Baltimore State.......................................... 0-1 Baptist....................................................... 1-6 Barton........................................................ 0-1 Belmont-Abbey (N.C.).............................. 1-0 Bentley...................................................... 0-1 Barry University........................................ 2-0 Berry College............................................ 6-8 Bethune-Cookman.................................... 1-1 Birmingham Southern............................... 0-2 Blackburn (Ill.).......................................... 1-0 Bluefield State (W. Va.)............................. 0-1 Brewton Parker......................................... 4-0 Brunswick JC............................................ 1-0 Bryan (Tenn.)............................................ 2-1 Bryant (R.I.).............................................. 1-0 Bucknell.................................................... 1-0 Buffalo State............................................. 1-0 California (Pa.).......................................... 1-0 Campbell................................................... 2-4 Carroll....................................................... 2-0 Carson-Newman....................................... 2-2 Catawba..................................................... 1-1 Central Florida.......................................... 1-3 Chapman................................................... 1-0 Chattanooga.............................................. 1-4 Cheyenne................................................... 0-1 Chowan..................................................... 1-0 Claflin (S.C.)............................................. 9-1 Clark Atlanta............................................. 2-1 Clayton State........................................... 15-15 Clearwater Christian................................. 2-0 Clemson.................................................... 1-0 Clinch Valley............................................. 1-0 Coastal Carolina........................................ 3-1 Coastal Georgia....................................... 0-0 Coker......................................................... 2-1 College of Charleston............................... 6-2 Columbus State....................................... 37-41 Concordia Selma....................................... 1-0 Cumberland (Ky.)..................................... 0-1 DeVry Institute.......................................... 3-0 Dominican (N.Y.)...................................... 1-0 Drake (Fla.)............................................... 1-0 Earlham (Ind.)........................................... 1-0 Earl Paulk.................................................. 2-0 East Carolina............................................. 0-1 East Stroudsburg (Pa.).............................. 1-0 Eckerd ...................................................... 1-9 Edward Waters.......................................... 15-0 Elizabeth City State (N.C.)....................... 2-0 Elon........................................................... 1-0 Emory & Henry......................................... 1-0 Embry-Riddle............................................ 1-0 Fayetteville State....................................... 2-1 Federal City............................................... 2-1 Ferris State................................................ 2-0 Flagler...................................................... 13-4 Florida Atlantic......................................... 3-1 Florida A&M............................................. 0-2 Florida International.................................. 0-1 Florida Memorial...................................... 12-1 Florida Southern..................................... 2-7 Florida Tech.............................................. 15-4

Fort Valley State........................................ 4-6 Francis Marion........................................ 25-15 Friendship................................................. 1-0 Gannon (Pa.)............................................. 0-1 Gardner-Webb (N.C.)................................ 0-1 Georgia...................................................... 0-2 Georgia College....................................... 38-24 Georgia Southern...................................... 3-8 Georgia Southwestern............................ 14-12 Georgia State............................................. 3-4 Glenville State (W. Va.)............................ 1-0 Hartwick (N.Y.)......................................... 1-0 Hawthorne................................................. 1-0 Hiwassee................................................... 1-0 Illinois State.............................................. 0-1 Illinois Wesleyan....................................... 1-0 Indiana State.............................................. 1-0 Indiana University Southeast.................... 1-0 Indianapolis............................................... 0-1 Jacksonville............................................... 1-0 Jacksonville State...................................... 0-2 Kennesaw State......................................... 15-13 Kentucky State.......................................... 2-0 Kentucky Wesleyan................................... 0-1 King College............................................. 1-0 Knoxville................................................... 0-2 Lake Superior State................................... 1-0 LaGrange................................................... 6-4 Lander...................................................... 27-15 Lee............................................................. 2-0 LeMoyne-Owen........................................ 1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne............................................ 11-4 Lincoln Memorial..................................... 5-2 Livingstone (S.C.)..................................... 2-0 Lock Haven............................................... 1-0 Longwood................................................. 1-3 Loras (Iowa).............................................. 1-0 Lynn.......................................................... 0-2 Maine........................................................ 0-1 Mansfield (Pa.).......................................... 1-0 Mars Hill.................................................. 2-1 Marshall.................................................... 0-1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology..... 1-0 Mercer....................................................... 0-1 Miami (Fla.).............................................. 0-1 Middle Tennessee State............................. 0-2 Minnesota State Mankato...................... 0-0 Missouri Southern..................................... 0-1 Missouri Western State............................. 1-0 Montevallo............................................... 1-1 Morehouse................................................. 1-0 Morris Brown............................................ 0-1 Morris Harvey........................................... 2-0 Mount Olive.............................................. 0-1 Methodist (N.C.)....................................... 1-0 New England (N.H.)................................. 1-0 New Orleans.............................................. 0-1 Newberry................................................... 4-2 North Alabama.......................................... 1-0 North Florida............................................. 10-6 North Park (Ill.)......................................... 0-1 North Georgia.......................................... 13-7 Northern Iowa........................................... 1-0 Nova Southeastern.................................... 9-1 NYU-New Paultz...................................... 1-0 Oakland (Mich.)........................................ 1-0 Oglethorpe................................................. 7-0 Otterbein................................................... 1-0 Paine.......................................................... 4-4 Palm Beach Atlantic.................................. 3-0 Pfeiffer...................................................... 1-1 Piedmont................................................... 13-5 PhibLant.................................................... 1-0

Presbyterian (S.C.).................................... 3-4 Queens (N.C.)........................................... 3-2 Radford..................................................... 1-1 Randolph Macon....................................... 1-0 Rollins....................................................... 1-1 Rowan ...................................................... 3-4 St. Andrews............................................... 1-0 St. Augustine’s.......................................... 2-0 St. Johns (Minn.)....................................... 1-0 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)...................................... 0-1 Saint Leo................................................... 3-4 St. Mary’s.................................................. 1-0 St. Paul’s................................................... 1-0 St. Thomas................................................ 1-0 Samford..................................................... 0-3 Savannah College of Art & Design........... 1-0 Savannah State.......................................... 19-13 SerbLant.................................................... 1-0 Shaw......................................................... 1-1 Shorter....................................................... 4-6 South Alabama.......................................... 0-1 South Carolina.......................................... 0-2 South Carolina State................................. 2-4 South Florida............................................. 1-3 Southern Arkansas.................................... 1-0 Southern Indiana....................................... 1-2 Southern Tech........................................... 12-2 Southern Wesleyan (S.C.)......................... 4-2 Spring Hill................................................. 0-1 Stetson....................................................... 0-4 Steubenville............................................... 0-1 Sub Forces Atlantic................................... 1-1 SUNY-Stonybrook.................................... 1-0 Tampa........................................................ 1-7 Temple Baptist (Ohio)............................... 1-0 Tennessee State......................................... 0-1 Tennessee Tech......................................... 1-2 Tennessee Temple..................................... 0-1 Thomas More (Ky.)................................... 0-1 Troy State.................................................. 2-1 Truman State............................................. 1-0 Tusculum................................................... 1-0 Unity (Me.)............................................... 1-0 UNC Asheville.......................................... 2-2 UNC Charlotte.......................................... 1-1 UNC Pembroke....................................... 24-9 UNC Wilmington...................................... 4-1 University of the South............................. 1-1 USC Aiken............................................... 23-17 USC Upstate............................................. 21-18 Upper Iowa................................................ 1-0 Urbana (Ohio)........................................... 3-0 Valdosta State.......................................... 21-32 Valparaiso.................................................. 0-1 Vassar........................................................ 1-0 Virginia State............................................ 1-0 Voorhees.................................................... 1-1 Warner Southern....................................... 1-0 Wayne State (Neb.)................................... 1-0 Webber...................................................... 2-4 West Florida.............................................. 0-2 West Georgia............................................. 13-25 West Virginia Wesleyan............................ 1-0 Western Kentucky..................................... 0-1 Wingate.................................................... 3-8 Winona State (Minn.)................................ 0-1 Winthrop................................................... 2-4 Wisconsin Eau-Claire............................... 1-2 Wisconsin LaCrosse.................................. 1-0 Wittenberg (Ohio)..................................... 0-1 Wofford..................................................... 1-1 Wright State.............................................. 0-4 Bold Indicates 2011-12 Opponent

Armstrong faces two schools for the first time in 2011-12

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All-Time Results 1966-1967 (5-19, 3-5 GIAC) Sat, Nov 19 at UNC Wilmington Tues, Nov 22 at Augusta Mon, Nov 28 at Valdosta State * Fri, Dec 2 at Georgia State Sat, Dec 3 at Shorter * Tues, Dec 6 UNC Wilmington Fri, Dec 9 Georgia State Sat, Dec 10 Georgia Southwestern * Sat, Dec 17 Berry * West Georgia Invitational (2nd) Fri, Jan 6 N Georgia Southwestern Sat, Jan 7 N Augusta Wed, Jan 11 Florida Presbyterian Tues, Jan 17 Augusta Sat, Jan 21 Piedmont * Fri, Jan 27 at Troy State Mon, Jan 30 at Piedmont * Sat, Feb 11 at Florida Presbyterian Mon, Feb 13 at Saint Leo Wed, Feb 15 Augusta Sat, Feb 18 at Georgia Southwestern * Mon, Feb 20 at Berry * Fri, Feb 24 at UNC Charlotte Sat, Feb 25 at Newberry Mon, Feb 27 Saint Leo * Georgia Intercollegiate Conference

L 72-91 L 72-82 L 63-99 L 76-86 L 61-87 L 58-62 W 105-104 ot W 81-68 L 53-57 W 75-74 L 61-73 L 68-92 L 60-99 W 96-70 L 82-86 W 99-83 L 76-87 L 98-112 L 77-107 L 76-86 L 71-100 L 80-81 L 77-104 L 93-96

1967-1968 (8-20, 5-9 GIAC) Sat, Nov 18 at Georgia Southwestern * Tues, Nov 21 at Augusta Sat, Dec 2 at Georgia State Thurs, Dec 7 Valdosta State * Sat, Dec 9 Piedmont * Sat, Dec 16 UNC Charlotte Mon, Dec 18 Newberry Armstrong State Holiday Invitational (4th) Thrs, Dec 28 Piedmont Fri, Dec 29 Georgia Southwestern Sat, Jan 6 at Piedmont * Mon, Jan 8 Florida Southern Sat, Jan 13 Berry * Tues, Jan 16 Augusta Wed, Jan 17 N Savannah State Fri, Jan 19 at West Georgia * Sat, Jan 20 at LaGrange * Fri, Jan 26 Shorter * Sat, Jan 27 LaGrange * Fri, Feb 2 at Tampa Sat, Feb 3 at Florida Presbyterian Mon, Feb 5 at Florida Southern Fri, Feb 9 at Shorter * Sat, Feb 10 at Berry * Tues, Feb 13 at Augusta Fri, Feb 16 Georgia State Sat, Feb 17 West Georgia * Tues, Feb 20 at Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 24 Georgia Southwestern * * Georgia Intercollegiate Conference

L 69-85 L 56-84 L 70-78 L 64-85 L 83-89 W 93-68 L 87-100 L 85-92 L 71-80 W 93-85 L 67-86 L 66-85 L 75-86 W 85-73 L 51-65 W 73-64 W 71-70 L 70-87 L 85-112 L 76-97 L 77-89 L 77-85 L 98-108 L 68-90 W 73-69 W 87-73 L 55-97 W 81-79 2ot

1968-1969 (10-17, 4-10 GIAC) Fri, Nov 22 at Lander Sat, Nov 23 at Piedmont * Savannah Shrine Bowl Tues, Nov 26 Florida Tech Tues, Dec 3 N Savannah State Thurs, Dec 5 Valdosta State * Sat, Dec 7 LaGrange * Sat, Dec 14 Georgia Southern Georgia Southwestern Holiday Inv. (3rd) Fri, Jan 3 N Augusta Sat, Jan 4 N Emory & Henry Fri, Jan 10 Baptist Sat, Jan 11 Berry * Tues, Jan 14 Tampa

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W 77-71 L 73-74 W 84-72 W 97-79 L 71-83 W 73-67 L 71-99 L 65-82 W 78-71 L 92-100 L 83-99 L 74-78

Wed, Jan 15 N Savannah State Sat, Jan 18 West Georgia * Fri, Jan 24 Shorter * Sat, Jan 25 Lander Fri, Jan 31 at Drake (FL) Sat, Feb 1 at Florida Tech Mon, Feb 3 at Tampa Fri, Feb 7 at Shorter * Sat, Feb 8 at Berry * Fri, Feb 14 at West Georgia * Sat, Feb 15 at LaGrange * Fri, Feb 21 at Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 22 at Georgia Southwestern * Fri, Feb 28 Georgia Southwestern * Sat, Mar 1 Piedmont * * Georgia Intercollegiate Conference

L 74-86 L 52-55 L 76-78 W 94-76 W 92-72 L 105-116 L 80-96 L 78-96 L 76-83 L 76-83 W 82-81 L 81-116 L 51-63 W 73-61 W 96-89 ot

1969-1970 (10-20, 4-10 GIAC) Wed, Nov 12 Alumni (exh) Augusta Invitational (4th) Fri, Nov 28 at Augusta Sat, Nov 29 N Georgia Southwestern Tues, Dec 2 Florida Tech Thurs, Dec 4 Valdosta State * Mon, Dec 15 University of the South Wed, Dec 17 LaGrange * Fri, Jan 2 at Stetson Sat, Jan 3 at Florida Southern Sat, Jan 10 Berry * Wed, Jan 14 at Georgia Southern Sat, Jan 17 West Georgia * Mon, Jan 19 at Piedmont * Wed, Jan 21 College of Charleston Fri, Jan 23 Georgia Southwestern * Sat, Jan 24 Shorter * Wed, Jan 28 at College of Charleston Fri, Jan 30 at Florida Tech Sat, Jan 31 at Rollins Mon, Feb 2 at Tampa Fri, Feb 6 at Shorter * Sat, Feb 7 at Berry * Mon, Feb 9 Tampa Fri, Feb 13 at West Georgia * Sat, Feb 14 at LaGrange * Wed, Feb 18 N Savannah State Fri, Feb 20 at Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 21 at Georgia Southwestern * Tues, Feb 24 at Baptist Inaugural Savannah Kiwanis Basket Bowl Fri, Feb 27 Piedmont * Sat, Feb 28 Lander * Georgia Intercollegiate Conference

W 82-67 L 71-72 L 76-78 ot W 87-80 L 85-101 L 76-92 L 62-63 L 80-114 W 66-50 L 72-88 L 68-103 W 79-71 W 90-81 W 89-66 W 84-70 L 57-63 W 85-77 W 81-75 L 67-78 L 76-83 L 60-61 L 72-83 L 72-80 L 84-107 W 69-62 L 66-89 L 65-90 L 61-65 L 69-82 L 87-95 W 89-84

1970-1971 (15-12) Fri, Nov 20 Alumni (exh) Inaugural Geechee Classic (2nd) Fri, Nov 27 Palm Beach Atlantic Sat, Nov 28 College of Charleston Wed, Dec 2 at Georgia Southern Sat, Dec 5 at Georgia College Sat, Dec 12 at Stetson Mon, Dec 14 at Florida Tech PhibLant Holiday Tmt. (Norfolk, Va) 3rd Thrs, Dec 17 N Chapman Fri, Dec 18 N Submarine Forces-Atlantic Sat, Dec 19 N Mansfield State Sat, Jan 2 Loras Sat, Jan 9 North Georgia Thurs, Jan 14 Georgia College Sat, Jan 16 at College of Charleston Thurs, Jan 21 UNC Wilmington Sat, Jan 23 at Southern Tech Thurs, Jan 28 Samford Sat, Jan 30 Baptist Tues, Feb 2 Georgia Southern

W 78-42 W 93-66 L 69-83 L 63-82 L 67-74 L 72-96 W 98-75 W 76-73 L 79-83 W 85-69 W 78-74 W 77-56 W 91-66 W 104-89 W 96-84 L 83-109 L 84-103 W 95-88 L 58-71

Sat, Feb 6 Florida Tech Tues, Feb 9 Edward Waters Thurs, Feb 11 Fort Lauderdale Sat, Feb 13 at Lander Second Savannah Kiwanis Basket Bowl Tues, Feb 16 College of Charleston Fri, Feb 19 at University of the South Sat, Feb 20 at Bryan Tues, Feb 23 N Savannah State Fri, Feb 26 Southern Tech

W 102-64 W 99-72 W 94-64 L 80-90 W 68-61 W 99-75 L 72-79 L 75-87 L 97-103

1971-1972 (20-10) Sat, Nov 20 French Martinique (exh) 2nd Annual Geechee Classic (2nd) Fri, Nov 26 Georgia Southwestern Sat, Nov 27 LaGrange Mon, Nov 29 Florida Tech Wed, Dec 1 at Valdosta State Sat, Dec 4 College of Charleston Mon, Dec 6 at Georgia College Wed, Dec 8 N Savannah State Sat, Dec 11 at Baptist Tues, Dec 14 Baldwin-Wallace Mon, Dec 20 Carroll PhibLant Holiday Tmt. (Norfolk, VA) 3rd Tues, Dec 21 N SerbLant Wed, Dec 22 N Federal City Thrs, Dec 23 at PhibLant Mon, Jan 10 Georgia College Sat, Jan 15 Augusta Fri, Jan 21 at Campbell Sat, Jan 22 at UNC Wilmington Mon, Jan 24 Hawthorne Wed, Jan 26 Valdosta State Sat, Jan 29 at Southern Tech Mon, Jan 31 at Samford Fri, Feb 4 Lander Sat, Feb 5 at Florida Tech Mon, Feb 7 at Palm Beach Atlantic Thrs, Feb 10 at Augusta Third Savannah Kiwanis Basket Bowl Sat, Feb 12 Southern Tech Sat, Feb 19 Bryan Mon, Feb 21 N Savannah State Sat, Feb 26 at College of Charleston NAIA District 25 Playoffs Mon, Mar 6 at West Georgia

W 131-60 W 68-47 L 71-88 W 103-67 L 85-95 W 106-79 W 60-57 W 90-85 L 83-85 W 100-86 W 104-97 ot W 100-78 L 60-71 W 82-77 W 95-86 W 82-72 L 78-95 W 77-76 W 140-85 W 99-84 L 88-105 L 86-90 L 81-83 W 110-63 W 84-65 W 97-85 L 91-93 W 104-63 W 111-109 W 79-64 L 75-81

1972-1973 (21-6) Inaugural Shriner’s Classic (2nd) Fri, Nov 24 N Savannah State Sat, Nov 25 Samford Fri, Dec 1 at Southern Tech Sat, Dec 2 at Oglethorpe Wed, Dec 13 Valdosta State Thrs, Dec 14 Unity Sat, Dec 16 Tusculum PhibLant Holiday Tmt (Norfolk, VA) 1st Tues, Dec 19 N Troy State Wed, Dec 20 N Sub Forces Atlantic Thrs, Dec 21 N Federal City Wed, Jan 3 Bryant Sat, Jan 6 M.I.T. Mon, Jan 8 Bucknell Tues, Jan 9 Wisconsin-LaCrosse Fourth Savannah Kiwanis Basket Bowl Sat, Jan 13 Campbell Wed, Jan 17 at Augusta Thurs, Jan 19 St. Johns’s (MN) Wed, Jan 24 at Valdosta State Sat, Jan 27 Federal City Fri, Feb 2 Oglethorpe Sat, Feb 10 at Lander Tues, Feb 14 Florida Tech

W 92-82 L 67-71 W 81-68 W 69-68 L 83-89 W 83-51 W 86-63 W 94-87 W 112-68 W 82-68 W 83-72 W 90-68 W 70-67 W 78-72 W 95-80 L 81-104 W 78-51 L 89-103 W 97-85 W 95-70 W 76-71 W 86-70

Armstrong’s first of ten 20-win seasons came in 1971-72


All-Time Results Sat, Feb 17 Augusta Mon, Feb 19 Southern Tech Fri, Feb 23 at Florida Tech Sat, Feb 24 at South Florida NAIA District 25 Playoff (Americus, GA) Tues, Mar 6 N LaGrange

W 96-79 W 94-68 W 80-74 L 79-90 L 83-87

1973-1974 (17-8, 6-4 SAC) Tues, Nov 27 Australian Olympic (exh) 2nd Annual Shriner’s Classic (1st) Fri, Nov 30 N Savannah State Sat, Dec 1 Valdosta State Fri, Dec 7 at Southern Tech * Sat, Dec 8 Oglethorpe Fri, Dec 14 Morris Harvey Sat, Dec 15 Columbus * Mon, Dec 17 Illinois Wesleyan Wisconsin-Eau Claire Classic (2nd) Fri, Dec 28 N Kentucky State Sat, Dec 29 at Wisconsin-Eau Claire Thurs, Jan 3 Carroll Sat, Jan 5 Oglethorpe Mon, Jan 7 at Valdosta State * Sat, Jan 12 at West Georgia * Wed, Jan 16 at Augusta * Sat, Jan 19 at Albany State Mon, Jan 21 St. Mary’s Fri, Feb 1 Southern Tech * Wed, Feb 6 Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 9 West Georgia * Fri, Feb 15 Augusta * Sat, Feb 16 South Florida Fifth Savannah Kiwanis Basket Bowl Mon, Feb 18 Albany State Sat, Feb 23 at Columbus * SAC Tournament (at Carrollton) 3rd Tues, Feb 26 N Valdosta State Wed, Feb 27 N Columbus * South Atlantic Conference

W 76-74 W 91-78 W 89-86 W 82-77 W 108-83 W 98-79 W 88-78 W 95-86 W 75-74 L 76-94 W 76-73 W 101-81 W 87-84 L 92-96 W 83-73 L 87-98 W 109-72 W 89-78 W 92-81 L 88-101 L 87-92 W 99-85 L 88-91 L 100-110 L 78-84 W 79-76

1974-1975 (19-7, 8-2 SAC) 3rd Annual Shriner’s Classic (3rd) Fri, Nov 29 New Orleans Sat, Dec 1 North Georgia Tues, Dec 3 USC Spartanburg Sat, Dec 7 Southern Tech * Tues, Dec 10 N Savannah State Sat, Dec 14 Columbus * Wisconsin-Eau Claire Classic (3rd) Fri, Dec 27 N Winona State Sat, Dec 28 at Wisconsin-Eau Claire Sat, Jan 4 South Carolina State Sixth Savannah Kiwanis Basket Bowl Tues, Jan 7 Valdosta State * Sat, Jan 11 West Georgia * Mon, Jan 13 at Columbus * Sat, Jan 18 at USC Spartanburg Tues, Jan 21 at Valdosta State Tues, Jan 28 N Savannah State Wed, Jan 29 Augusta * Fri, Jan 31 at Southern Tech * Sat, Feb 8 at West Georgia * Mon, Feb 10 at Kentucky Wesleyan Wed, Feb 12 at SUNY Buffalo Sat, Feb 15 at Augusta * Mon, Feb 17 at South Carolina State SAC Tournament (at Savannah) 1st Fri, Feb 21 Augusta Sat, Feb 22 West Georgia NCAA II South Regional (Chattanooga) Fri, Mar 7 N Tennessee State Sat, Mar 8 N Alabama State * South Atlantic Conference

L 86-94 ot W 84-57 W 98-74 W 95-51 W 87-64 W 90-65 L 80-85 W 96-94 2ot W 86-84 W 71-68 W 84-78 W 88-72 W 72-58 L 70-83 W 108-81 W 80-73 W 87-85 L 86-97 L 77-92 W 78-76 W 74-71 L 96-99 W 74-52 W 74-72 ot L 53-63 W 110-78

1975-1976 (13-13, 8-2 SAC) 4th Annual Shriner’s Classic (2nd) Fri, Nov 28 N Savannah State Sat, Nov 29 Wisconsin-Eau Claire Tues, Dec 2 at West Florida Thurs, Dec 4 at Austin Peay Sat, Dec 13 at Columbus * Tues, Dec 16 UT Chattanooga Wisconsin-Eau Claire Classic (4th) Mon, Dec 29 N College of Steubenville Tues, Dec 30 N Valparaiso Sat, Jan 3 Wright State Thurs, Jan 8 SUNY Stonybrook Sat, Jan 10 at West Georgia * Sat, Jan 17 at Valdosta State * Tues, Jan 20 SUNY Buffalo Thurs, Jan 22 West Florida Seventh Savannah Kiwanis Basket Bowl Sat, Jan 24 Southern Tech * Wed, Jan 28 at Augusta * Mon, Feb 2 Georgia College Mon, Feb 9 West Georgia * Thrs, Feb 12 Georgia Southern Sat, Feb 14 Augusta * Wed, Feb 18 Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 21 at Southern Tech * Mon, Feb 23 Columbus * Sat, Feb 28 at UT Chattanooga SAC Tournament (at Savannah) 4th Fri, Mar 5 Augusta Sat, Mar 6 West Georgia * South Atlantic Conference

W 106-81 L 58-59 L 66-77 L 63-101 L 77-80 2ot W 87-69 L 76-85 L 59-75 L 85-89 ot W 68-48 W 58-48 W 68-58 W 92-84 ot L 59-64 W 73-64 W 58-57 W 99-78 L 97-101 2ot L 78-79 W 84-83 ot W 87-86 2ot W 47-43 ot W 96-67 L 75-97 L 72-75 L 91-105

1976-1977 (15-15, 8-2 SAC) 5th Annual Shriners Classic (4th) Fri, Nov 26 South Carolina State Sat, Nov 27 N Savannah State Mon, Nov 29 South Carolina State Wed, Dec 1 Piedmont Fri, Dec 3 St. Paul’s Wed, Dec 8 Columbus * Sat, Dec 11 at Austin Peay Tues, Dec 14 at UT Chattanooga Thrs, Dec 16 at Maine Sat, Dec 18 Austin Peay Wed, Dec 22 USC Aiken Thurs, Jan 6 at Tennessee Tech Sat, Jan 8 at West Georgia * Tues, Jan 11 at Augusta * Thrs, Jan 13 at Gannon Sat, Jan 15 at Wright State Mon, Jan 17 at Eastern Illinois Wed, Jan 26 Augusta * Fri, Jan 28 Georgia College Sat, Jan 29 Valdosta State Tues, Feb 1 at Southern Tech Sat, Feb 5 West Georgia * Fri, Feb 11 UT Chattanooga Mon, Feb 14 at Columbus * Wed, Feb 16 at Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 19 Southern Tech * SAC Tournament (at Valdosta) 1st Fri, Feb 25 N West Georgia Sat, Feb 26 at Valdosta State NCAA II South Regional (Chattanooga) 4th Fri, Mar 4 N Florida Tech Sat, Mar 5 N Valdosta State * South Atlantic Conference

L 71-73 L 53-56 W 93-63 W 90-60 W 86-75 W 84-64 L 79-82 L 88-124 L 64-73 L 60-71 W 79-78 L 69-71 L 73-80 W 75-74 L 65-73 L 81-83 L 69-97 W 86-68 W 103-76 W 95-86 W 71-55 W 95-80 L 70-79 W 80-74 L 91-94 ot W 2-0 W 85-73 W 77-74 L 82-91 L 73-83

1977-1978 (11-15, 1-7 SAC) 6th Annual Shriners Classic (2nd) Fri, Nov 25 Mars Hill Sat, Nov 26 South Carolina State at South Carolina State

W 85-79 L 107-109 L 90-104

Fri, Dec 2 Georgia College Sat, Dec 10 Clearwater Dec at Florida Memorial Sat, Dec 17 at Florida Southern Youngstown (OH) Classic (3rd) Wed, Dec 28 N University of Baltimore Thrs, Dec 29 N Buffalo State Mon, Jan 2 Morris Harvey Thurs, Jan 5 USC Spartanburg Sat, Jan 7 at West Georgia * Wed, Jan 11 Florida Southern Thrs, Jan 12 Augusta * Mon, Jan 16 Wright State Wed, Jan 18 at Flagler Mon, Jan 23 Columbus * Sat, Jan 28 at Valdosta State * Mon, Jan 30 at Augusta * Wed, Feb 1 USC Aiken Sat, Feb 4 West Georgia * Mon, Feb 6 Flagler Sat, Feb 11 at Columbus * Wed, Feb 15 Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 18 Tennessee Temple SAC Tournament (at Carrollton, GA) Thrs, Feb 23 at West Georgia * South Atlantic Conference

W 107-81 W 123-84 W 105-104 L 89-104 L 62-85 W 98-92 W 106-95 W 94-78 L 112-129 L 74-81 L 77-87 L 74-85 W 116-89 L 107-123 L 88-107 W 72-69 W 78-72 L 69-71 W 88-78 L 78-105 L 90-101 L 86-103 L 90-102

1978-1979 (21-6, 4-4 SAC) Big A Tournament (1st) Fri, Nov 24 Georgia College Sat, Nov 25 Flagler Mon, Nov 27 Florida Memorial Wed, Nov 29 at Georgia Southern Fri, Dec 1 Piedmont Mon, Dec 4 at Georgia College Sat, Dec 9 King College Wed, Dec 13 at Florida Memorial Thrs, Dec 14 at Clearwater Inaugural Pirate Holiday Classic (1st) Thrs, Dec 21 Webber Fri, Dec 22 UNC Greensboro Shriner’s Classic (1st) Thrs, Dec 28 Georgia Southwestern Fri, Dec 29 Northern Iowa Thurs, Jan 4 Upper Iowa Sat, Jan 6 West Georgia * Wed, Jan 10 at Augusta * Sat, Jan 13 IU Southeast Mon, Jan 15 Glenville State Wed, Jan 17 Valdosta State * Sat, Jan 20 at Flagler Mon, Jan 22 Columbus * Sat, Jan 27 Lee Mon, Jan 29 at Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 3 at West Georgia * Sat, Feb 10 at Columbus * Wed, Feb 14 Augusta * SAC Tournament (at Valdosta) Fri, Feb 23 Valdosta State * South Atlantic Conference

W 121-77 W 116-107 W 98-74 L 94-97 W 109-67 W 103-85 W 95-66 W 118-98 W 129-69 W 129-59 W 107-68 W 103-56 W 107-101 ot W 97-79 W 100-93 L 68-96 W 81-68 W 68-59 L 83-92 W 102-79 W 98-96 W 80-74 L 90-132 L 69-84 W 94-83 W 68-62 L 89-96

1979-1980 (18-11, 2-6 SAC) Fri, Nov 30 at Indiana State Mon, Dec 3 Otterbein Wed, Dec 5 Claflin Sat, Dec 9 Berry Tues, Dec 11 at Wittenberg Thrs, Dec 13 at Wright State Sat, Dec 15 at Indiana State-Evansville Mon, Dec 17 at Eastern Illinois 2nd Annual Pirate Holiday Classic (1st) Fri, Dec 21 Earlham Sat, Dec 22 Randolph-Macon Shriner’s Classic (1st) Fri, Dec 28 Florida Tech Sat, Dec 29 Paine

Armstrong finished first in the SAC three straight years from 1974-77

W 66-63 W 84-75 W 120-76 W 103-69 L 61-75 L 85-99 L 68-71 L 75-84 W 93-59 W 58-50 W 74-52 W 97-73

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All-Time Results Thurs, Jan 3 Dominican (NY) Sat, Jan 5 at West Georgia * Mon, Jan 7 USC Aiken Thrs, Jan 10 Augusta * Mon, Jan 14 Lee Thrs, Jan 17 at Valdosta State * Mon, Jan 21 at Columbus * Wed, Jan 23 Georgia College Sat, Jan 26 Flagler Tues, Jan 29 Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 2 West Georgia * Sat, Feb 9 Columbus * Mon, Feb 11 Edward Waters Wed, Feb 13 at Augusta * SAC Tournament (at Augusta) 2nd Thrs, Feb 21 N Columbus Fri, Feb 22 N Valdosta State Sat, Feb 23 N West Georgia * South Atlantic Conference

W 70-56 L 98-109 W 95-89 L 79-90 W 91-89 L 72-85 L 89-92 W 98-77 W 95-60 L 95-98 L 92-98 W 90-77 W 104-79 W 63-55

Fri, Jan 22 at Edward Waters + Thrs, Jan 28 at West Georgia * Mon, Feb 1 Hartwick Wed, Feb 3 West Georgia * Sat, Feb 6 at Piedmont + Wed, Feb 10 Columbus * Mon, Feb 15 Georgia Southern Thrs, Feb 18 at Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 20 North Georgia + Mon, Feb 22 at Columbus * + NAIA District 25 * South Atlantic Conference

W 63-62 W 81-61 L 82-83

Georgia College TipOff Tournament (1st) Fri, Nov 12 N Georgia Southwestern + Sat, Nov 13 at Georgia College + Fri, Nov 19 Edward Waters + Sat, Nov 20 Florida Memorial + Sat, Nov 27 at South Carolina Wed, Dec 1 Piedmont + Sat, Dec 4 North Georgia + Fri, Dec 10 N Savannah State Augusta Invitational (3rd) Wed, Dec 29 N Cumberland (TN) Thrs, Dec 30 N Atlanta Christian Thurs, Jan 6 at Nova Sat, Jan 8 at Florida Memorial + Mon, Jan 10 at Edward Waters + Sat, Jan 15 at Piedmont + Wed, Jan 19 at Flagler + Sat, Jan 22 at Georgia State Fri, Jan 28 Paine + Wed, Feb 2 Augusta Sat, Feb 5 Knoxville Wed, Feb 9 Flagler + Sat, Feb 12 at Knoxville Wed, Feb 16 at Paine + Sat, Feb 19 at North Georgia + Wed, Feb 23 at Augusta Sat, Feb 26 Berry + NAIA District 25 Playoffs Mon, Feb 28 at North Georgia + NAIA District 25

1980-1981 (12-14, 2-6 SAC) Sat, Nov 22 Claflin Tues, Nov 25 Paine Big A Tournament (1st) Fri, Nov 28 Florida Memorial Sat, Nov 29 Newberry Wed, Dec 3 Piedmont Sat, Dec 6 at Auburn Mon, Dec 15 Georgia Southern Thrs, Dec 18 North Park 3rd Annual Pirate Holiday Classic (2nd) Mon, Dec 29 St. Leo Tues, Dec 30 Thomas Moore Sat, Jan 3 Vassar Tues, Jan 6 Winthrop Sat, Jan 10 West Georgia * Mon, Jan 12 SUNY-New Paultz Thrs, Jan 15 Clinch Valley Sat, Jan 17 at Augusta * Wed, Jan 21 Valdosta State Sat, Jan 24 Flagler Sat, Jan 31 at Georgia Southern Wed, Feb 4 Augusta * Sat, Feb 7 at West Georgia * Wed, Feb 11 Edward Waters Sat, Feb 14 at Columbus * Wed, Feb 18 at Valdosta State * Sat, Feb 21 Columbus * South Atlantic Conference Tournament Tues, Feb 24 at Columbus * South Atlantic Conference

W 99-78 L 59-70 W 94-73 W 99-80 L 79-83 L 70-79 W 87-81 L 66-69 W 85-83 L 85-86 ot W 94-50 L 60-64 L 87-94 W 83-81 W 61-60 L 66-77 L 77-101 L 63-64 W 65-60 W 64-61 L 74-89 W 93-73 W 57-50 L 80-95 L 71-81 L 55-57

1981-1982 (17-13, 3-5 SAC) North Georgia TipOff Doubleheader Fri, Nov 13 N Georgia Southwestern + Sat, Nov 14 at North Georgia + Georgia Southwestern Doubleheader Fri, Nov 20 at Georgia Southwestern + Sat, Nov 21 N Georgia College + Mon, Nov 23 Florida International Wed, Nov 25 Florida Memorial + Mon, Nov 30 at Marshall Thurs, Dec 3 at Georgia Southern Mon, Dec 7 Friendship + Thrs, Dec 10 Flagler + Thrs, Dec 17 Urbana + Sat, Dec 19 Augusta * 4th Annual Pirate Holiday Classic (2nd) Mon, Dec 21 Edward Waters Tues, Dec 22 Longwood Mon, Jan 4 California State (PA) Thurs, Jan 7 Claflin + Wed, Jan 13 at Augusta * Sat, Jan 16 Piedmont + Mon, Jan 18 Valdosta State * Wed, Jan 20 at Florida Memorial +

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L 92-99 L 76-91 L 80-83 W 85-76 L 84-85 W 95-70 L 91-100 L 59-83 W 125-81 W 102-77 W 92-85 W 88-79 W 124-83 L 83-87 W 77-72 W 84-71 W 83-78 W 135-105 L 79-81 W 86-82

W 2-0 L 85-91 W 89-77 L 86-90 W 101-87 W 69-65 W 64-62 L 79-99 L 66-79 L 60-63

1982-1983 (12-14) W 71-69 W 100-78 W 103-77 W 91-88 L 68-86 W 108-73 W 63-62 L 55-61 L 47-64 W 73-70 ot W 79-68 L 84-91 W 89-79 W 85-74 L 79-80 L 69-75 W 68-66 L 62-82 L 65-69 ot L 77-79 L 53-69 L NA L 48-61 L 56-58 W 63-57 L 41-45

1983-1984 (25-6, 16-2 GIAC) Sat, Nov 12 Edward Waters + Fri, Nov 18 at Berry +* Sat, Nov 19 at Piedmont +* Fri, Nov 25 Augusta Sat, Nov 26 Newberry Tues, Nov 29 Piedmont +* Fri, Dec 2 Georgia College +* Fri, Dec 9 Nova Mon, Dec 12 at Southern Tech +* Thrs, Dec 15 Urbana Wed, Jan 4 Blackburn Sat, Jan 7 N Savannah State Mon, Jan 9 at Georgia Southwestern +* Wed, Jan 11 Oglethorpe +* Sat, Jan 21 at LaGrange +* Wed, Jan 25 at Stetson Sat, Jan 28 North Georgia +* Mon, Jan 30 Georgia Southwestern +* Thurs, Feb 2 Berry +* Sat, Feb 4 Shorter +* Mon, Feb 6 N Savannah State Sat, Feb 11 LaGrange Tues, Feb 14 at Augusta Sat, Feb 18 at North Georgia +* Mon, Feb 20 at Georgia College +* Sat, Feb 25 Southern Tech +* Tues, Feb 28 at Oglethorpe +* NAIA District 25 Playoffs Sat, Mar 3 Oglethorpe

W 94-81 W 96-75 W 116-71 W 90-85 W 95-86 W 121-75 W 120-95 W 93-72 W 75-65 W 107-81 W 88-85 L 71-76 L 83-97 W 67-48 W 96-84 L 72-103 W 74-72 L 64-75 W 92-82 W 112-72 W 88-72 W 96-79 W 79-74 W 70-69 W 92-71 W 75-57 W 79-63 W 77-59

Mon, Mar 5 N North Georgia + NAIA District 25 * Georgia Intercollegiate Conference

L 73-90

1984-1985 (12-16) Thrs, Nov 15 Alumni (exh) Inaugural Coca-Cola Tipoff Tmt (4th) Fri, Nov 23 Webber Sat, Nov 24 Jacksonville State Tues, Nov 27 at Florida A&M Mon, Dec 3 at Auburn Sat, Dec 8 at Alabama State Mon, Dec 10 at Morris Brown Tues, Dec 11 at Berry Sat, Dec 15 at Jacksonville State Holiday Classic of Savannah (1st) Thrs, Dec 27 Nova Fri, Dec 28 Indiana State-Evansville Wed, Jan 2 Augustana Sat, Jan 5 Longwood Mon, Jan 7 Edward Waters Thrs, Jan 10 Winthrop Sat, Jan 12 at Columbus Mon, Jan 14 at Fort Valley State Sat, Jan 19 Coastal Carolina Wed, Jan 23 at Stetson Sat, Jan 26 at Nova Sun, Jan 27 at Barry Tues, Jan 29 at Webber Sat, Feb 2 Columbus Sat, Feb 9 at Coastal Carolina Mon, Feb 11 at Winthrop Mon, Feb 18 Fort Valley State Wed, Feb 20 at UNC Asheville Fri, Feb 22 at Augusta Mon, Feb 25 UNC Asheville

W 115-107 L 84-87 L 79-90 L 62-65 L 47-80 L 66-77 L 68-78 W 89-85 L 74-90 W 70-55 W 78-71 W 72-64 W 72-56 W 99-74 W 75-60 L 60-78 L 73-75 W 59-56 L 64-74 W 83-80 W 88-60 L 79-82 L 55-84 L 83-89 L 68-87 W 90-87 L 67-69 L 55-58 W 73-72

1985-1986 (15-12, 4-3 BSC) Mon, Nov 25 at Georgia State 2nd Annual Coca-Cola Tipoff Tmt (1st) Fri, Nov 29 Shorter Sat, Nov 30 Auburn-Montgomery Sat, Dec 7 at Austin Peay Tues, Dec 10 Berry Sat, Dec 14 at Middle Tennessee State Tues, Dec 17 Urbana WJCL-TV Classic (2nd) Mon, Dec 30 Barry Tues, Dec 31 Birmingham Southern Sat, Jan 4 at Birmingham Southern Wed, Jan 8 Fort Valley State Sat, Jan 11 Winthrop * Thrs, Jan 16 at Central Florida Sat, Jan 18 at Flagler Sat, Jan 25 Coastal Carolina * Mon, Jan 27 at Fort Valley State Thrs, Jan 30 Flagler Sat, Feb 1 UNC Asheville * Tues, Feb 4 Edward Waters Sat, Feb 8 at Coastal Carolina * Tues, Feb 11 North Carolina Methodist Thrs, Feb 13 Webber Sat, Feb 15 at UNC Asheville * Mon, Feb 17 at Winthrop * Sat, Feb 22 at Augusta * Mon, Feb 24 at Longwood Big South Tournament (at Savannah) Mon, Mar 3 Winthrop * Big South Conference

W 68-59 W 102-84 W 73-68 L 76-91 W 77-75 ot L 54-71 W 94-71 W 113-58 L 67-77 L 53-61 L 54-55 W 76-75 L 62-79 W 76-75 W 94-84 W 89-81 W 85-68 W 93-73 W 97-79 W 80-72 W 103-78 L 97-107 L 60-71 L 81-98 L 63-74 L 65-67 L 72-76 ot

1986-1987 (6-22, 2-6 BSC) Wed, Nov 19 Fri, Nov 28 Sat, Nov 29

Irish National (exh) Middle Tennessee State at UT Chattanooga

L 72-76 L 70-92 L 58-99

The Pirates led the NCAA in scoring offense in 1978-79


All-Time Results Sun, Nov 30 Georgia Mon, Dec 1 at Auburn Thurs, Dec 4 at South Alabama Mon, Dec 8 at Jacksonville Wed, Dec 10 Tennessee Tech Mon, Dec 15 at Illinois State Wed, Dec 17 at Clemson Fri, Dec 19 at Western Kentucky Sat, Jan 3 Radford * Mon, Jan 5 Bethune-Cookman Wed, Jan 7 Florida A&M Thrs, Jan 15 at Central Florida Mon, Jan 19 at Campbell * Thrs, Jan 22 Baptist * Sat, Jan 24 at Radford * Wed, Jan 28 Augusta * Sat, Jan 31 at Tennessee Tech Tues, Feb 3 Central Florida Wed, Feb 4 at South Carolina Mon, Feb 9 at Baptist * Wed, Feb 11 at Augusta * Sat, Feb 14 Campbell * Mon, Feb 16 at Miami (FL) Thrs, Feb 19 at Bethune-Cookman Mon, Feb 23 N Savannah State Big South Tournament (at Savannah) Thrs, Feb 26 Campbell * Big South Conference

L 62-79 L 54-94 L 41-82 W 54-53 W 80-67 L 69-90 L 39-112 L 48-68 W 67-63 W 61-59 L 58-80 L 75-89 L 74-87 L 81-103 L 66-84 L 78-81 L 61-75 W 62-61 L 46-76 L 82-93 W 75-66 L 79-82 L 47-97 L 74-77 L 65-66

L 86-92

1987-1988 (6-22) Fri, Nov 20 Cheyney State L 89-92 St. Thomas Invitational (4th) Fri, Nov 27 N Spring Hill L 75-85 Sat, Nov 28 N Webber L 89-93 2ot Valdosta State Invitational (4th) Sat, Dec 5 N Columbus L 56-74 Sun, Dec 6 at Valdosta State L 55-68 Tues, Dec 8 at West Georgia L 74-89 Inaugural Coca-Cola Classic (2nd) Fri, Dec 11 Savannah State W 57-53 Sat, Dec 12 St. Thomas L 69-70 Sat, Dec 19 at Georgia Southern L 55-75 Mon, Jan 4 Glassboro State W 78-70 Thurs, Jan 7 Paine L 72-77 Wed, Jan 13 Longwood L 74-83 Sat, Jan 16 at Wofford W 74-62 Sat, Jan 23 at Columbus L 61-78 Wed, Jan 27 Edward Waters W 85-71 Sat, Jan 30 Georgia College L 59-65 Tues, Feb 2 at Baptist L 58-77 Sat, Feb 6 Columbus L 73-74 Mon, Feb 8 Wofford L 78-79 Thrs, Feb 11 N Savannah State L 63-67 Sat, Feb 13 at Augusta L 54-68 Tues, Feb 16 Fort Valley State W 92-81 Thrs, Feb 18 at Paine L 69-81 Sat, Feb 20 at Georgia College L 56-71 Mon, Feb 22 N Savannah State L 55-59 Thrs, Feb 25 at Nova L 77-78 Sat, Feb 27 at Flagler W 70-69 Wed, Mar 2 at Central Florida L 80-83

1988-1989 (16-12)

Fri, Nov 18 Edward Waters Florida Atlantic Invitational (3rd) Fri, Nov 25 N USC Spartanburg Sat, Nov 26 N Palm Beach Atlantic 2nd Annual Coca-Cola Classic (1st) Fri, Dec 2 Saint Leo Sat, Dec 3 Florida Tech Tues, Dec 6 at Georgia State Sat, Dec 10 Flagler Mon, Dec 12 at UNC Greensboro Thrs, Dec 15 West Georgia Sat, Dec 17 Earl Paulk

W 114-83 L 65-72 W 109-72 W 100-97 W 86-84 2ot L 64-83 W 83-65 L 63-84 W 93-82 W 95-82

Columbus Invitational (3rd) Thrs, Dec 29 N Lincoln Memorial Fri, Dec 30 N Alabama-Huntsville Tues, Jan 3 Pfeiffer Thurs, Jan 5 Presbyterian Sat, Jan 7 Alabama-Huntsville Wed, Jan 11 at Valdosta State Sat, Jan 14 Webber Mon, Jan 16 at Saint Leo Tues, Jan 17 at Nova Sat, Jan 21 Columbus Wed, Feb 1 Valdosta State Sat, Feb 4 at Alabama-Huntsville Sat, Feb 11 at Columbus Sat, Feb 18 Nova Mon, Feb 20 at Augusta Sat, Feb 25 Lane Tues, Feb 28 at Mercer Thurs, Mar 2 UNC Greensboro

L 93-106 W 90-65 W 92-71 W 76-73 W 114-91 L 65-88 W 91-70 L 78-90 W 79-67 L 74-82 L 72-89 L 66-74 L 80-82 ot W 96-59 L 82-100 W 2-0 L 54-61 W 73-72

1989-1990 (19-9) Tues, Nov 21 at St. Thomas Wed, Nov 22 at Florida Atlantic Sat, Nov 25 Fayetteville State Wed, Nov 29 at Pfeiffer 3rd Annual Coca-Cola Classic (1st) Fri, Dec 1 Embry-Riddle Sat, Dec 2 Lincoln Memorial Sat, Dec 9 at UNC Greensboro Tues, Dec 12 Valdosta State Thrs, Dec 14 Florida Tech Sat, Dec 16 Earl Paulk Thrs, Dec 28 University of New England Thurs, Jan 4 UNC Greensboro Sat, Jan 6 at Fayetteville State Sat, Jan 13 at West Georgia Wed, Jan 17 Claflin Sat, Jan 20 at Columbus Wed, Jan 24 USC Spartanburg Sat, Jan 27 at Georgia College Wed, Jan 31 USC Aiken Sat, Feb 3 at Lincoln Memorial Thurs, Feb 8 at USC Aiken Mon, Feb 12 at Valdosta State Thrs, Feb 15 Florida Atlantic Sat, Feb 17 Georgia College Thrs, Feb 22 West Georgia Sat, Feb 24 Columbus Tues, Feb 27 at USC Spartanburg Sat, Mar 3 Ferris State

W 86-53 W 59-58 W 73-72 L 77-91 W 122-47 W 98-79 W 89-86 W 95-82 L 73-77 W 88-77 W 88-68 W 67-60 L 65-67 L 60-63 W 85-78 L 75-78 W 66-61 W 73-70 W 89-78 W 78-61 L 94-95 ot L 68-71 W 81-67 L 65-83 W 71-66 W 100-75 L 64-106 W 101-75

1990-1991 (18-10, 6-6 PBC) 4th Annual Coca-Cola Classic (1st) Fri, Nov 16 St. Thomas Sat, Nov 17 Claflin Fri, Nov 23 DeVry Institute Sat, Nov 24 Brewton-Parker Fri, Nov 30 at Georgia Mon, Dec 3 Lincoln Memorial Wed, Dec 5 Saint Leo Sat, Dec 8 at Florida Atlantic Wed, Dec 12 at Florida Tech Sat, Dec 15 at Lincoln Memorial Sat, Dec 29 at Georgia College * Wed, Jan 2 at West Georgia Fri, Jan 4 LeMoyne Owen Sat, Jan 5 at Lander * Mon, Jan 7 USC Spartanburg * Thrs, Jan 10 at Saint Leo Sat, Jan 12 USC Aiken * Sat, Jan 19 Columbus * Wed, Jan 23 at Valdosta State Sat, Jan 26 at Francis Marion * Wed, Jan 30 at USC Spartanburg * Sat, Feb 2 Lander * Thurs, Feb 7 Valdosta State

W 100-90 W 82-69 W 99-77 W 96-68 L 54-70 W 88-64 W 91-81 W 93-81 L 64-71 W 77-52 W 73-62 W 67-63 W 93-68 L 65-68 L 74-79 L 67-77 W 80-78 W 87-62 W 74-59 L 61-71 L 61-86 W 84-68 W 92-90

Sat, Feb 9 at USC Aiken * Wed, Feb 13 Florida Atlantic Sat, Feb 16 Francis Marion * Wed, Feb 20 Georgia College * Sat, Feb 23 at Columbus * * Peach Belt Conference

W 57-50 L 76-78 ot L 65-68 2ot L 80-83 W 106-101 2ot

1991-1992 (16-12, 5-9 PBC) Tues, Nov 19 Kazakhstan Alma (exh) 5th Annual Coca-Cola Classic (1st) Fri, Nov 22 Lincoln Memorial Sat, Nov 23 Rollins ASC Classic (1st) Fri, Nov 29 DeVry Institute Sat, Nov 30 Carson-Newman Sat, Dec 7 Florida Tech Tues, Dec 10 Claflin Sat, Dec 14 at Lincoln Memorial Thrs, Dec 19 at Florida Tech West Georgia Kiwanis Classic (1st) Fri, Dec 27 N Alabama-Huntsville Sat, Dec 28 at West Georgia Mon, Dec 30 DeVry Institute Sat, Jan 4 Georgia College * Wed, Jan 8 Francis Marion * Sat, Jan 11 at Lander * Wed, Jan 15 at Augusta * Sat, Jan 18 USC Aiken * Wed, Jan 22 at Columbus * Sat, Jan 25 USC Spartanburg * Wed, Jan 29 at Georgia College * Sat, Feb 1 at USC Spartanburg * Mon, Feb 3 Valdosta State Wed, Feb 5 Columbus * Sat, Feb 8 Lander * Wed, Feb 12 Augusta * Sat, Feb 15 at Francis Marion * Wed, Feb 19 at Valdosta State Sat, Feb 22 at USC Aiken * Peach Belt Tournament (at Augusta) Thrs, Feb 27 N Columbus * Peach Belt Conference

W 77-69 W 67-58 W 57-51 W 143-71 W 85-80 W 81-72 W 78-62 L 68-70 W 81-76 W 81-65 W 97-85 W 107-72 W 92-88 L 56-59 W 81-51 L 72-88 L 75-90 L 97-99 W 72-71 L 70-90 L 68-78 W 91-76 L 92-93 W 112-45 W 86-72 L 70-91 L 86-90 L 80-82 L 92-105

1992-1993 (15-12, 8-8 PBC) Mon, Nov 16 Volna All-Stars (exh) Rivermont Classic (Owensboro, Ky) 4th Fri, Nov 20 N Missouri Southern State Sat, Nov 21 N Wingate Savannah News-Press Holiday Classic Tues, Dec 1 N Savannah State 6th Annual Coca-Cola Classic (1st) Fri, Dec 4 Newberry Sat, Dec 5 Troy State Sat, Dec 12 Coker Tues, Dec 15 at Valdosta State Hilton Head (SC) Super Slam (1st) Fri, Dec 18 N Kennesaw State Sat, Dec 19 N East Stroudsburg (PA) Thurs, Jan 7 Georgia College * Sat, Jan 9 at USC Spartanburg * Mon, Jan 11 at Lander * Sat, Jan 16 at Columbus * Mon, Jan 18 Augusta * Sat, Jan 23 UNC Pembroke * Mon, Jan 25 at Francis Marion * Wed, Jan 27 Valdosta State Sat, Jan 30 at USC Aiken * Mon, Feb 1 at Augusta * Sat, Feb 6 USC Spartanburg * Mon, Feb 8 Columbus * Thrs, Feb 11 Francis Marion * Mon, Feb 15 Lander * Sat, Feb 20 at UNC Pembroke * Mon, Feb 22 USC Aiken * Sat, Feb 27 at Georgia College *

W 56-50 L 58-73 L 85-89 W 67-59 W 95-61 W 117-106 W 79-70 L 54-74 W 86-70 W 79-72 W 70-59 L 45-71 W 71-56 W 68-65 W 86-75 W 67-63 L 60-63 W 92-73 W 57-56 L 65-71 W 89-76 L 82-86 L 59-70 W 87-66 L 87-94 3ot L 60-77 L 68-74

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Armstrong won its first-ever PBC game, 73-62, over GC on 12/29/90


All-Time Results Peach Belt Tournament (at Augusta) Fri, Mar 5 N USC Spartanburg * Peach Belt Conference

L 58-65

1993-1994 (12-16, 6-10 PBC) 2nd Savannah News-Press Holiday Classic Mon, Nov 22 N Savannah State Wed, Nov 24 Edward Waters UNF Sea Turtle Inn Shoot-Out (3rd) Fri, Nov 26 N Queens (NC) Sat, Nov 27 N Valdosta State Rollins Tangerine Tournament (2nd) Fri, Dec 3 N Kentucky State Sat, Dec 4 N Bluefield (WV) State Wed, Dec 8 at Coker Fri, Dec 10 Kennesaw State Wed, Dec 15 at Edward Waters Mon, Jan 3 at Kennesaw State Thurs, Jan 6 at Georgia College * Sat, Jan 8 USC Spartanburg * Mon, Jan 10 Lander * Sat, Jan 15 Columbus * Mon, Jan 17 Augusta * Sat, Jan 22 at Pembroke State * Mon, Jan 24 at Francis Marion * Sat, Jan 29 USC Aiken * Mon, Jan 31 at Augusta * Sat, Feb 5 at USC Spartanburg Mon, Feb 7 at Columbus * Thrs, Feb 10 Francis Marion * Mon, Feb 14 at Lander * Sat, Feb 19 UNC Pembroke * Mon, Feb 21 at USC Aiken * Sat, Feb 26 Georgia College * Peach Belt Tournament (at Augusta) Wed, Mar 2 N Georgia College Fri, Mar 4 N Columbus * Peach Belt Conference

L 67-69 W 69-66 L 58-60 W 86-72 W 73-69 L 62-69 L 57-60 ot W 71-69 W 83-74 L 69-76 W 71-67 L 63-79 L 73-76 L 72-79 L 64-70 L 55-65 W 70-63 L 80-83 ot L 60-74 W 95-88 L 63-76 W 60-58 L 61-66 W 82-67 L 50-65 W 74-63 W 68-60 L 63-80

1994-1995 (20-11, 14-4 PBC) Sat, Nov 12 Augusta Metros (exh) Sat, Nov 19 Southern Wesleyan 3rd Savannah News-Press Holiday Classic Wed, Nov 23 N Savannah State Sat, Nov 26 Florida Memorial Sat, Dec 3 Nova Southeastern Mon, Dec 5 Lynn Sat, Dec 10 Voorhees Wed, Dec 21 at Tampa Fri, Dec 30 at Lynn Wed, Jan 4 at USC Aiken * Sat, Jan 7 Kennesaw State * Wed, Jan 11 Augusta * Sat, Jan 14 at Francis Marion * Mon, Jan 16 Georgia College * Wed, Jan 18 at Columbus * Sat, Jan 21 USC Spartanburg * Wed, Jan 25 at UNC Pembroke * Sat, Jan 28 Lander * Wed, Feb 1 USC Aiken * Sat, Feb 4 at Kennesaw State * Wed, Feb 8 at Augusta * Sat, Feb 11 Francis Marion * Mon, Feb 13 at Georgia College * Wed, Feb 15 Columbus * Sat, Feb 18 at USC Spartanburg * Wed, Feb 22 Pembroke State * Sat, Feb 25 at Lander * Peach Belt Tournament (at Augusta) Thurs, Mar 2 N Kennesaw State Fri, Mar 3 N Columbus NCAA II Regional First Round Tues, Mar 7 Morehouse NCAA II South Regional (Huntsville, AL) Fri, Mar 10 N Tampa

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L 67-73 W 60-56 W 68-46 W 66-45 W 61-43 L 61-66 L 61-68 L 66-74 2ot L 92-96 W 53-50 W 62-60 W 77-54 W 52-47 W 89-66 W 68-61 W 63-52 W 54-47 W 71-60 W 75-56 L 51-57 L 65-68 W 72-65 L 65-76 W 75-65 W 101-85 W 79-65 L 50-56 W 63-59 L 74-79 W 78-70 L 59-65

Sat, Mar 11 N Eckerd * Peach Belt Conference

L 70-72

1995-1996 (12-14, 5-13 PBC) Thurs, Nov 9 Primero Agosto-Angola (Exh) Fri, Nov 17 Florida Memorial 4th Savannah News-Press Holiday Classic Wed, Nov 22 N Savannah State Sat, Nov 25 Southern Wesleyan Mon, Nov 27 Claflin Fri, Dec 1 Warner Southern Sat, Dec 2 Clayton State Mon, Dec 11 at Clayton State Thurs, Dec 21 Tampa Wed, Jan 3 USC Aiken * Sat, Jan 6 at Kennesaw State * Wed, Jan 10 at Augusta * Sat, Jan 13 Francis Marion * Mon, Jan 15 at Georgia College * Wed, Jan 17 Columbus * Sat, Jan 20 at USC Spartanburg * Wed, Jan 24 UNC Pembroke * Sat, Jan 27 at Lander * Wed, Jan 31 at USC Aiken * Sat, Feb 3 Kennesaw State * Wed, Feb 7 Augusta * Sat, Feb 10 at Francis Marion * Mon, Feb 12 Georgia College * Wed, Feb 14 at Columbus * Sat, Feb 17 USC Spartanburg * Wed, Feb 21 at UNC Pembroke * Sat, Feb 24 Lander * * Peach Belt Conference

W 62-39 W 70-64 W 59-49 W 60-55 L 57-63 W 76-54 W 74-57 W 60-59 W 80-66 W 68-61 L 49-55 L 60-78 L 51-59 L 72-92 W 70-67 L 73-82 L 53-56 L 66-83 L 58-72 L 72-77 W 64-61 L 52-59 W 83-77 L 61-79 L 72-84 L 75-84 W 74-71 ot

1996-1997 (16-12, 11-9 PBC) Mon, Nov 18 Southern Wesleyan Sat, Nov 23 Savannah State Mon, Nov 25 Florida Memorial Fri, Nov 29 at Lenoir-Rhyne Sat, Nov 30 at Newberry Tues, Dec 10 at Clayton State Tues, Dec 17 Clayton State Sat, Dec 28 at East Carolina Thurs, Jan 2 at USC-Aiken * Sat, Jan 4 Kennesaw State * Wed, Jan 8 Augusta State * Sat, Jan 11 at Francis Marion * Mon, Jan 13 Georgia College & State * Wed, Jan 15 at Columbus State * Sat, Jan 18 USC-Spartanburg * Wed, Jan 22 at UNC Pembroke * Sat, Jan 25 Lander * Wed, Jan 29 USC-Aiken * Sat, Feb 1 at Kennesaw State * Wed, Feb 5 at Augusta State * Sat, Feb 8 Francis Marion * Mon, Feb 10 at Georgia College & State * Wed, Feb 12 Columbus State * Sat, Feb 15 at USC-Spartanburg * Wed, Feb 19 UNC-Pembroke * Sat, Feb 22 at Lander * Peach Belt Tournament (Milledgeville) Thurs, Feb 27 Kennesaw State Fri, Feb 28 Georgia College & State *Peach Belt Conference

L 62-70 W 78-63 W 76-56 W 76-62 W 76-62 L 74-79 W 69-56 L 44-64 L 67-71 ot W 75-54 W 65-53 W 60-58 L 63-65 L 62-68 L 51-71 L 61-64 W 56-55 W 75-65 L 74-84 W 72-52 W 73-59 W 66-64 L 67-74 L 75-76 W 67-57 W 75-68 W 70-66 L 70-80

1997-1998 (18-11, 11-5 PBC) University of Indianapolis Shootout (Indianapolis, Ind.) Fri, Nov 14 at Indianapolis L 59-67 Sat, Nov 15 vs. Oakland University W 66-63 Mon, Nov 17 Shaw University L 62-84 Sat, Nov 22 at Savannah State L 84-87 Mon, Nov 24 Florida Memorial W 63-47 Wed, Nov 26 Lake Superior State W 60-50

Sat, Nov 29 Southern Wesleyan Wed, Dec 10 at Kennesaw State * Sat, Dec 13 Clayton State * Mon, Dec 15 Edward Waters Fri, Dec 19 Lenoir-Rhyne Sat, Dec 20 Elon College Sat, Jan 3 Georgia College & State * Thur, Jan 8 at Francis Marion * Sat, Jan 10 Lander * Sat, Jan 17 at Columbus State * Wed, Jan 21 North Florida * Sat, Jan 24 at Georgia College & State * Wed, Jan 28 UNC Pembroke * Sat, Jan 31 at Augusta State * Mon, Feb 2 USC Spartanburg * Wed, Feb 4 at North Florida * Sat, Feb 7 Columbus State * Wed, Feb 11 Kennesaw State * Sat, Feb 14 at USC Aiken * Tues, Feb 17 at Clayton State * Peach Belt Tournament (Savannah) Mon, Feb 23 USC-Aiken Tues, Feb 24 Georgia College & State Wed, Feb 25 Columbus State * Peach Belt Conference

L 58-69 L 70-91 W 83-72 W 96-57 L 48-49 W 83-60 L 65-67 L 77-83 W 59-53 L 57-71 W 73-63 W 73-71 W 72-59 W 78-67 W 71-58 L 82-95 W 77-60 W 71-50 W 79-61 W 75-74 W 79-61 W 77-72 L 60-74

1998-1999 (17-11, 9-7 PBC) Fri, Nov. 13 at Carson-Newman L 66-71 Sat, Nov. 14 at Bryan W 86-71 Kenny Kent Toyota National Shootout (Evansville, Ind.) Fri, Nov. 20 vs. North Alabama W 82-77 Sat, Nov. 21 at Southern Indiana L 78-105 Wed, Nov. 25 Claflin W 84-67 Sat, Nov. 28 Florida Memorial W 71-61 Wed, Dec. 2 Southern Wesleyan W 73-60 Sat, Dec. 5 Savannah State L 70-78 Wed, Dec. 9 Kennesaw State * W 58-52 Sat, Dec. 12 at Clayton College & State * W 74-71 Fri, Dec. 18 Valdosta State W 84-65 Sat, Dec. 19 Lenoir-Rhyne W 63-56 Sat, Jan. 2 at Georgia College & State * L 66-69 Wed, Jan. 6 Francis Marion * W 78-68 Sat, Jan. 9 at Lander * L 75-77 Sat, Jan. 16 Columbus State * L 61-77 Wed, Jan. 20 at North Florida * L 70-82 Sat, Jan. 23 Georgia College & State * L 64-83 Wed, Jan. 27 at UNC Pembroke * W 65-48 Sat, Jan. 30 Augusta State * W 72-61 Mon., Feb. 1 at USC Spartanburg * W 73-69 Wed, Feb. 3 North Florida * W 70-63 Sat, Feb. 6 at Columbus State * W 65-49 Wed, Feb. 10 at Kennesaw State * L 62-67 Sat, Feb. 13 USC Aiken * L 81-87 Tues, Feb. 16 Clayton College & State * W 94-82 Peach Belt Tournament (Savannah) Sat, Feb. 20 USC Spartanburg W 72-66 Mon, Feb. 22 Lander L 54-65 * Peach Belt Conference

1999-2000 (16-13, 11-5 PBC) GW Rotary Dixie Classic (Boiling Springs, NC) Fri, Nov. 19 vs. Livingstone Sat, Nov. 20 at Gardner-Webb Tues, Nov. 23 Valdosta State Wed, Dec. 1 at Fort Valley State Sat, Dec. 4 at Savannah State Mon, Dec. 6 Fort Valley State Sat, Dec. 11 at Kennesaw State * Fri, Dec. 17 Belmont-Abbey Sat, Dec. 18 Lenoir-Rhyne Tues, Dec. 21 at College of Charleston Thurs, Dec. 30 at Valdosta State Sun, Jan. 2 Georgia College & State * Wed, Jan. 5 at Francis Marion * Sat, Jan. 8 Lander *

W 99-68 L 88-93 W 77-75 L 61-65 L 71-75 ot L 65-67 W 76-70 ot W 71-53 L 62-69 L 43-52 L 55-63 L 68-70 L 56-67 W 76-65

Armstrong hosted a 1995 NCAA contest vs. Morehouse, winning 78-70


All-Time Results Sat, Jan 15 at Columbus State * Wed, Jan 19 North Florida * Sat, Jan 22 at Georgia College & State * Wed, Jan 26 UNC Pembroke * Sat, Jan 29 Kennesaw State * Wed, Feb 2 at North Florida * Sat, Feb 5 Columbus State * Sat, Feb 12 at USC Aiken * Wed, Feb 16 at Clayton College & State * Sat, Feb 19 USC Spartanburg * Wed, Feb 23 at Augusta State * Sat, Feb 26 Clayton College & State * Peach Belt Tournament (Greenwood, SC) Thurs, Mar 2 vs. UNC Pembroke Fri, Mar 3 vs. Augusta State Sat, Mar 4 vs. Columbus State * Peach Belt Conference

W 74-71 W 70-60 L 81-96 W 67-51 W 67-64 W 83-75 W 87-82 W 74-61 L 68-73 W 74-54 L 89-91 2ot W 66-53 W 77-54 W 69-46 L 67-95

2000-2001 (25-8, 15-1 PBC) Disney’s Division II TipOff Classic (Orlando, Fla.) Fri, Nov 10 vs. Bentley L 69-72 Sat, Nov 11 vs. Wayne State (Neb.) W 72-62 Sun, Nov 12 vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) L 65-67 Sat, Nov 18 Claflin W 68-48 Tues, Nov 21 at Valdosta State W 63-51 Fri, Nov 24 Clark Atlanta W 93-88 Wed, Nov 29 Presbyterian L 72-75 Sat, Dec 2 Savannah State W 90-50 Wed, Dec 6 at Clark Atlanta L 65-74 Sat, Dec 9 Kennesaw State * W 90-76 Fri, Dec 22 Lenoir-Rhyne W 68-48 Sat, Dec 23 Wingate L 73-83 Sat, Dec 30 Valdosta State W 70-51 Wed, Jan 3 Francis Marion * W 67-50 Sat, Jan 6 at Lander * W 67-62 Wed, Jan 10 at Savannah State W 65-57 Sat, Jan 13 Columbus State * W 63-62 ot Wed, Jan 17 at North Florida * W 79-76 Sat, Jan 20 at Georgia College & State * W 73-68 ot Wed, Jan 24 at UNC Pembroke * W 79-71 Sat, Jan 27 at Kennesaw State * W 81-76 Wed, Jan 31 North Florida * W 66-64 Sat, Feb 3 at Columbus State * W 65-57 Mon, Feb 5 Georgia College & State * W 67-66 Sat, Feb 10 USC Aiken * W 66-63 Wed, Feb 14 Clayton College & State * W 70-62 Sat, Feb 17 at USC Spartanburg * W 67-62 Wed, Feb 21 Augusta State * W 58-45 Sat, Feb 24 at Clayton College & State * L 77-85 ot Peach Belt Tournament (Greenwood, SC) Thurs, Mar 1 vs. USC Spartanburg W 82-74 Fri, Mar 2 vs. Columbus State W 76-71 Sat, Mar 3 vs. Augusta State L 46-60 NCAA Division II South Atlantic Regional (Charlotte, NC) Thurs, Mar 8 vs. Wingate L 67-88 * Peach Belt Conference

2001-2002 (13-15, 8-11 PBC) Sat, Nov 17 at Presbyterian Sat, Nov 24 at Wingate Wed, Nov 28 at Francis Marion * Sat, Dec 1 Lander * Tues, Dec 4 Savannah State Sat, Dec 8 Claflin 2001 Armstrong Christmas Classic Fri, Dec 21 Carson-Newman Sat, Dec 22 Lenoir-Rhyne Sat, Jan 5 USC Spartanburg * Mon, Jan 7 at UNC Pembroke * Wed, Jan 9 USC Aiken * Sat, Jan 12 Columbus State * Wed, Jan 16 Francis Marion * Sat, Jan 19 at USC Spartanburg * Wed, Jan 23 Georgia College & State * Sat, Jan 26 UNC Pembroke * Wed, Jan 30 at Augusta State * Sat, Feb 2 at Kennesaw State *

L 57-66 L 59-73 W 78-69 L 50-53 W 68-52 W 83-63 L 69-85 W 58-57 ot W 60-53 W 94-88 L 56-59 W 79-76 W 76-55 W 76-64 L 53-54 L 71-74 L 55-78 L 76-82 ot

Mon, Feb 4 at Clayton State * Wed, Feb 6 North Florida * Sat, Feb 9 Clayton State * Wed, Feb 13 at North Florida * Sat, Feb 16 at Columbus State * Wed, Feb 20 at Georgia College & State * Sat, Feb 23 Kennesaw State * Peach Belt Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) Wed, Feb 27 vs. USC Spartanburg Fri, Mar 1 at Columbus State * Peach Belt Conference

L 59-67 L 71-74 L 54-70 W 93-69 L 76-87 L 53-75 W 80-55 W 68-60 L 68-72

2002-2003 (14-14, 12-7 PBC) 2002 Eckerd College Classic (St. Petersburg, Fla.) Fri, Nov 19 vs. Queens (N.C.) L 74-75 Sat, Nov 20 at Eckerd L 61-82 Wed, Dec 4 at Fort Valley State L 60-66 Sat, Dec 7 Clayton State * L 60-65 Sat, Dec 14 at Presbyterian L 47-53 Wed, Dec 18 Fort Valley State W 76-59 2002 Armstrong Christmas Classic Fri, Dec 20 Eckerd L 56-67 Sat, Dec 21 Lenoir-Rhyne L 42-77 Thurs, Jan 2 Francis Marion * W 50-48 Sat, Jan 4 at Lander * W 69-58 Sat, Jan 11 at USC Spartanburg * L 62-63 Mon, Jan 13 UNC Pembroke * W 77-53 Wed, Jan 15 at USC Aiken * W 73-67 ot Sat, Jan 18 at Columbus State * L 61-77 Wed, Jan 22 at Francis Marion * W 56-51 Sat, Jan 25 USC Spartanburg * L 55-65 Wed, Jan 29 at Georgia College & State * L 59-72 Sat, Feb 1 at UNC Pembroke * W 58-40 Wed, Feb 5 Augusta State * L 55-59 Sat, Feb 8 Kennesaw State * W 65-61 Wed, Feb 12 at North Florida * L 64-71 Sat, Feb 15 at Clayton State * W 62-58 Wed, Feb 19 North Florida * W 62-48 Sat, Feb 22 Columbus State * W 79-62 Wed, Feb 26 Georgia College & State * W 81-67 Sat, Mar 1 at Kennesaw State * W 63-57 Peach Belt Tournament (Columbus, Ga.) Wed, Mar 5 vs. UNC Pembroke W 67-59 Fri, Mar 7 vs. USC Spartanburg L 57-61 * Peach Belt Conference

2003-2004 (21-10, 10-6 PBC) Sat, Nov 15 Presbyterian W 75-63 Mon, Nov 17 at Paine W 61-60 Sat, Nov 22 Clark Atlanta W 112-65 Tues, Nov 25 Fayetteville State W 68-67 2003 Neader Group Classic (St. Petersburg, Fla.) Fri, Nov 28 vs. Nova Southeastern W 73-63 Sat, Nov 29 at Eckerd L 73-80 Tues, Dec 2 Paine W 61-50 2003 R. L. Vaughan Invitational (Elizabeth City, NC) Fri, Dec 5 vs. Livingstone W 85-83 Sat, Dec 6 at Elizabeth City State W 75-68 2003 Armstrong/Chatham Orthopaedics Holiday Classic Fri, Dec 19 Eckerd L 67-70 Sat, Dec 20 Lenoir-Rhyne W 56-48 Wed, Jan 7 at Georgia College & State * W 66-54 Sat, Jan 10 at Augusta State * W 70-58 Wed, Jan 14 Clayton State * W 64-60 Sat, Jan 17 Francis Marion * L 65-69 Wed, Jan 21 at Kennesaw State * L 61-76 Sat, Jan 24 Lander * W 71-60 Wed, Jan 28 at Clayton State * L 54-70 Sat, Jan 31 at UNC Pembroke * W 86-75 Wed, Feb 4 Kennesaw State * L 61-65 Sat, Feb 7 USC Aiken * W 76-65 Wed, Feb 11 at North Florida * W 55-52 Sat, Feb 14 at Columbus State * L 64-69 Wed, Feb 18 Georgia College & State * W 77-52 Sat, Feb 21 at USC Spartanburg * W 74-69 Wed, Feb 25 North Florida * W 74-61 Sat, Feb 28 Columbus State * L 67-73

2004 Peach Belt Tournament (Augusta, Ga.) Wed, Mar 3 vs. Lander W 74-69 Fri, Mar 5 vs. Francis Marion W 72-69 Sat, Mar 6 vs. Columbus State L 49-89 2004 NCAA Division II South Atl. Regional (Kennesaw, Ga.) Sat, Mar 13 vs. Francis Marion L 84-86

2004-2005 (15-14, 6-10 PBC) Sat, Nov 15 Queens (N.C.) W 89-77 Sat, Nov 20 at Wingate L 59-79 Tues, Nov 23 Mars Hill W 72-69 2004 Eckerd College Classic (St. Petersburg, Fla.) Fri, Nov 26 Nova Southeastern W 58-49 Sat, Nov 27 at Eckerd L 52-60 Tues, Nov 30 Elizabeth City State W 63-62 Sat, Dec 4 at Mars Hill L 84-67 2004 Chatham Orthopaedics Holiday Classic Fri, Dec 17 Lenoir Rhyne W 74-63 Sat, Dec 18 SCAD W 68-66 Tues, Dec 21 at Florida Tech W 69-59 Thurs, Dec 30 Wingate W 84-72 Wed, Jan 5 Georgia College & State* W 66-58 Sat, Jan 8 Augusta State* W 60-53 Wed, Jan 12 at Clayton State* L 56-44 Sat, Jan 15 at Francis Marion* W 79-47 Wed, Jan 19 Kennesaw State* L 52-50 Sat, Jan 22 at Lander* L 57-56 Wed, Jan 26 Clayton State* L 63-59 Sat, Jan 29 UNC Pembroke* W 95-68 Wed, Feb 2 at Kennesaw State* L 89-61 Sat, Feb 5 at USC Aiken* W 80-77 Wed, Feb 9 North Florida* L 72-68 Sat, Feb 12 Columbus State* L 83-77 Wed, Feb 16 at Georgia College State* L 59-54 Sat, Feb 19 USC Upstate* L 71-70 Wed, Feb 23 at North Florida* L 68-53 Sat, Feb 26 at Columbus* W 79-70 Peach Belt Tournament (Augusta, Ga.) Wed, Mar 2 vs. Francis Marion W 66-39 Fri, Mar 4 vs. Kennesaw State L 50-72

2005-2006 (23-8, 15-5 PBC) Wed, Nov. 16 at Queens (NC) W 68-62 2005 Wendy’s TipOff Classic (Charlotte, NC) Fri, Nov. 18 vs. Shaw W 69-67 ot Sat, Nov. 19 vs. Carson-Newman W 75-70 Sat, Nov. 26 vs. Fort Valley State (Tifton) L 46-47 Wed, Nov. 30 Clayton State * W 69-63 Sat, Dec. 3 at Columbus State * L 77-65 2005 Armstrong/Chatham Orthopaedics Holiday Classic Fri, Dec 16 Lenoir-Rhyne W 66-55 Sat, Dec 17 Presbyterian W 65-56 Tues, Dec. 20 Florida Tech W 78-71 Fri, Dec. 30 at USC Aiken * W 81-67 Wed, Jan. 4 Francis Marion * W 75-59 Sat, Jan. 7 at UNC Pembroke * W 79-60 Wed, Jan. 11 Lander * W 63-51 Wed, Jan 18 USC Upstate * W 50-49 Sat, Jan. 21 at North Georgia * W 98-85 Mon, Jan. 23 Augusta State * L 58-64 Wed, Jan. 25 at Clayton State * L 49-66 Sat, Jan. 28 Columbus State * W 84-75 Wed, Feb. 1 at Augusta State * W 70-52 Sat, Feb. 4 USC Aiken * W 75-65 Mon, Feb. 6 at GCSU * L 65-74 Wed, Feb. 8 at Francis Marion * W 71-63 Sat, Feb. 11 UNC Pembroke * W 85-68 Wed, Feb. 15 at Lander * W 55-45 Mon, Feb. 20 GCSU * W 57-50 Wed, Feb. 22 at USC Upstate * L 67-76 Sat, Feb. 25 North Georgia * W 74-49 2006 Peach Belt Tournament (Greenwood, S.C.) Fri, Mar 3 vs. Augusta State W 76-69 Sat, Mar 4 vs. GCSU W 74-72 Sun, Mar 5 vs. USC Upstate L 49-73 2006 NCAA Division II South Atl. Regional (Richmond, Va.) Sat, Mar. 11 vs. Presbyterian L 67-73

Armstrong has made five trips to the NCAA Championships since 2000

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All-Time Results 2006-07 (21-9, 11-5 PBC)

2008-09 (23-7, 15-5 PBC)

2006 Hillyard Tip-Off Classic (St. Joseph, Mo.) Fri., Nov. 17 vs. Truman State W 70-67 Sat., Nov. 18 at Missouri Western State W 65-61 Sat., Nov. 25 Florida Southern W 61-58 Mon., Nov. 27 Brewton Parker W 70-47 2006 Walt Baker Classic (Salisbury, N.C.) Fri., Dec. 1 at Catawba W 94-86 Sat., Dec. 2 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne L 53-64 2006 Chatham Orthopedics Holiday Classic Fri., Dec. 15 Eckerd W 60-59 Sat., Dec. 16 Lenoir-Rhyne W 71-68 Wed., Dec. 20 at Florida Southern L 81-93 2006 Spring Hill Suites Midtown New Year Classic Fri., Dec. 29 Southern Arkansas W 74-64 Sat., Dec. 30 Ferris State W 76-68 Wed., Jan. 3 GCSU * W 68-66 Sat., Jan. 6 North Georgia * W 78-70 Wed., Jan. 10 at Clayton State * L 64-69 ot Sat., Jan. 13 at Francis Marion * W 75-60 Wed., Jan. 17 Augusta State * L 74-83 Sat., Jan. 20 at Lander * W 55-54 Wed., Jan. 24 Clayton State * W 63-58 Sat., Jan. 27 UNC Pembroke * L 60-62 Wed., Jan. 31 at Augusta State * L 53-77 Sat., Feb. 3 at USC Aiken * W 85-56 Wed., Feb. 7 Georgia Southwestern State * W 59-56 Sat., Feb. 10 Columbus State * W 80-64 Wed., Feb. 14 at GCSU * W 62-53 Sat., Feb. 17 USC Upstate * W 68-61 Thurs., Feb. 22 at Georgia Southwestern State * L 64-75 Sat., Feb. 24 at Columbus State * W 72-60 2007 Peach Belt Championships (at Greenwood, S.C.) Fri., Mar 2 vs. Francis Marion W 78-68 Sat., Mar. 3 at Lander L 56-60 2007 NCAA DII South Atlantic Regional (Augusta, Ga.) Sat., Mar. 11 vs. Wingate L 68-72 * Peach Belt Conference

Mon., Nov. 17 Queens (NC) W 77-58 2008 University of Charleston (W. Va.) Subway Classic Fri., Nov. 28 vs. Lock Haven W 81-57 Sat., Nov. 29 vs. Temple Baptist W 125-43 Tues., Dec. 2 at UNC Pembroke * W 96-88 Sat., Dec. 8 USC Aiken * L 68-73 2008 Chatham Orthopedics Holiday Classic Sat., Dec. 19 Concordia Selma W 83-64 Sun, Dec. 20 Lenoir-Rhyne W 65-61 2008 Spring Hill Suites Midtown New Year Classic Mon., Dec. 29 West Virginia Wesleyan W 80-68 Tues., Dec. 30 Wingate W 101-56 Mon., Jan. 5 at North Georgia * W 74-67 Wed., Jan. 7 Georgia Southwestern State * W 85-68 Sat., Jan. 10 at Augusta State * L 72-74 Wed., Jan. 14 GCSU * W 68-63 Mon., Jan. 19 North Georgia * W 78-58 Thurs., Jan. 22 at Columbus State * W 88-65 Sat., Jan. 24 at Lander * W 65-62 Wed., Jan. 28 Clayton State * W 68-64 Sat., Jan. 31 at USC Aiken * L 76-81 Mon, Feb. 2 Francis Marion * L 69-74 Wed., Feb. 4 at Georgia Southwestern State * W 61-52 Sat., Feb. 7 UNC Pembroke * W 95-63 Wed., Feb. 11 at GCSU W 68-60 Sat., Feb. 14 Augusta State * L 55-59 Mon., Feb. 16 at Clayton State * W 64-60 Thurs., Feb. 19 Columbus State * W 92-70 Wed., Feb. 25 at Francis Marion * W 77-66 ot Sat., Feb. 28 Lander * W 81-67 2009 Peach Belt Championships (at Greenwood, S.C.) Fri., March 6 vs. Francis Marion W 68-66 Sat., March 7 vs. USC Aiken L 87-90 4ot 2009 NCAA DII South Atlantic Regional (Augusta, Ga.) Sat., March 14 vs. Catawba L 67-74 * Peach Belt Conference

2007-08 (17-11, 11-9 PBC)

2009-10 (12-16, 7-11 PBC)

PBC/Conference Carolinas Clazzic (Florence, S.C.) Fri., Nov. 16 vs. Coker W 75-73 Sat., Nov. 17 vs. St. Andrews W 79-69 Sat., Nov. 24 at West Georgia L 70-72 Wed., Nov. 28 North Georgia * W 88-75 Sat., Dec. 1 at USC Aiken * L 82-87 2007 Chatham Orthopedics Holiday Classic Tues., Dec. 18 West Georgia W 71-60 Wed., Dec. 19 Lenoir-Rhyne W 56-45 2007 Spring Hill Suites Midtown New Year Classic Fri., Dec. 28 Virginia State W 62-61 Sat., Dec. 29 Chowan W 59-56 Sat., Jan. 5 UNC Pembroke * W 71-48 Wed., Jan. 9 at Georgia Southwestern State * W 74-64 Sat., Jan. 12 Augusta State * L 82-83 ot Wed., Jan. 16 at GCSU * L 52-76 Mon., Jan. 21 at North Georgia * W 91-76 Wed., Jan. 23 at Columbus State * L 74-77 Sat., Jan. 26 Lander * W 68-48 Wed., Jan. 30 at Clayton State * L 61-70 Sat., Feb. 2 USC Aiken * L 67-76 Mon. Feb. 4 at Francis Marion * W 60-58 Wed., Feb. 6 Georgia Southwestern State * W 73-55 Sat., Feb. 9 at UNC Pembroke * W 76-50 Wed., Feb. 13 GCSU * W 96-83 Sat., Feb. 16 at Augusta State * L 68-82 Mon, Feb. 18 Clayton State * L 55-61 Thurs., Feb. 21 Columbus State * W 79-77 Wed., Feb. 27 Francis Marion * L 61-66 ot Sat., March 1 at Lander * W 72-52 2008 Peach Belt Championships (at Aiken, S.C.) Fri., March 6 vs. North Georgia L 86-88 * Peach Belt Conference

Sun., Nov. 15 at Wingate L 94-77 Tues., Nov. 17 at St. Augustine’s W 77-72 ot Sat., Nov. 21 Brewton-Parker W 81-74 Sun., Nov. 29 Florida Southern L 80-70 Sat., Dec. 5 at Augusta State * L 81-52 Tues., Dec. 15 Allen W 79-62 2009 Hampton Inn & Suites Fall Finals Classic Sat., Dec. 18 Mount Olive L 75-67 Sun, Dec. 29 Lenoir-Rhyne W 69-66 2009 Hampton Inn & Suites Holiday Classic Tues., Dec. 29 Voorhees W 80-61 Wed., Dec. 30 Wingate L 66-63 Sat., Jan. 2 at Flagler * L 97-82 Sat., Jan. 9 USC Aiken * L 78-66 Wed., Jan. 13 Augusta State * L 62-55 Sat., Jan. 16 GCSU * L 76-65 Mon., Jan. 18 Montevallo * L 65-59 Wed., Jan. 20 at Lander * L 65-57 Sat., Jan. 23 at UNC Pembroke * L 75-60 Wed., Jan. 27 at Clayton State * L 67-56 Sat., Jan. 30 North Georgia * W 88-78 Wed., Feb. 3 Flagler * W 76-65 Sat., Feb. 6 at Francis Marion * W 63-61 Mon., Feb. 8 Lander * L 55-48 Thurs., Feb. 11 at Georgia Southwestern State * L 65-62 Sat., Feb. 13 at Columbus State * W 72-56 Sat., Feb. 20 at USC Aiken * W 77-76 Wed., Feb. 24 UNC Pembroke * W 81-62 Sat., Feb. 27 Francis Marion * W 78-76 2010 Peach Belt Championships Wed., March 3 at Augusta State L 83-80 * Peach Belt Conference

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2010-11 (14-12, 8-10 PBC) Mon., Nov. 15 Wingate W 75-71 2010 Valdosta State Classic Sat., Nov. 20 vs. Southern Wesleyan W 90-75 Sun., Nov. 21 at Valdosta State W 94-74 Tues., Nov. 30 at Florida Southern L 79-78 Sat., Dec. 4 Augusta State * L 75-57 Sat., Dec. 8 USC Aiken * L 68-73 2010 Hampton Inn & Suites Fall Finals Classic Fri., Dec. 17 Hiwassee W 100-66 Sat., Dec. 18 Brewton Parker W 71-61 2010 Hampton Inn & Suites Holiday Classic Thurs., Dec. 30 St. Augustine’s W 82-61 Fri., Dec. 31 Barton L 105-101 ot Mon, Jan. 3 Flagler * W 95-68 Sat., Jan. 8 at USC Aiken * W 88-84 Wed., Jan. 12 at Augusta State * L 63-61 Sat., Jan. 15 at Georgia College * L 67-65 Mon, Jan. 17 at Montevallo * W 67-66 ot Wed., Jan. 19 Lander * W 71-62 Sat., Jan. 22 UNC Pembroke * W 67-65 Wed., Jan. 26 Clayton State * L 61-57 Sat., Jan. 29 at North Georgia * L 92-75 Wed., Feb. 2 at Flagler * W 83-79 Sat., Feb. 5 Francis Marion * W 79-75 Mon., Feb. 7 at Lander * L 65-51 Thurs., Feb. 10 Georgia Southwestern * W 86-80 Sat., Feb. 12 Columbus State * L 89-76 Sat., Feb. 19 USC Aiken * L 70-58 Wed., Feb. 23 at UNC Pembroke * L 89-65 Sat., Feb. 26 at Francis Marion * L 85-77

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2011-12 Armstrong Atlantic State University Men’s Basketball Schedule

Date Day Opponent Time Nov. 15 Tues. at Wingate 7:00 p.m. Nov. 22 Tues. Coastal Georgia 7:30 p.m. Nov. 25-26 Fri.-Sat. at Terrace Inn/Ledger Media Group Classic (Lakeland, Fla.) Nov. 25 Fri. vs. Minnesota State Mankato 5:15 p.m. Nov. 26 Sat. vs. Limestone / at Florida Southern TBD Dec. 3 Sat. Flagler * 3:30 p.m. Dec. 5 Mon. Florida Southern 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 Sun. Valdosta State 3:30 p.m. Dec. 14 Wed. at USC Aiken * 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 Sat. Francis Marion * 3:30 p.m. Dec. 19 Mon. UNC Pembroke * 7:30 p.m. Dec. 30-31 Fri.-Sat. 2011 Wingate by Wyndham Classic Dec. 30 Fri. Shaw 5:00 p.m. Dec. 31 Sat. Mars Hill 1:00 p.m. Jan. 4 Wed. at Augusta State * 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 Mon. Georgia College * 7:30 p.m. Jan. 12 Thurs. at Columbus State * 7:30 p.m. Jan. 14 Sat. at Georgia Southwestern * 3:30 p.m. Jan. 19 Thurs. Montevallo * 7:30 p.m. Jan. 21 Sat. Clayton State * 3:30 p.m. Jan. 25 Wed. at North Georgia * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1 Wed. at Lander * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4 Sat. USC Aiken * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8 Wed. at Flagler * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 15 Wed. Lander * 7:30 p.m Feb. 18 Sat. at UNC Pembroke * 3:30 p.m. Feb. 20 Mon. at Francis Marion * 7:30 p.m. Feb. 25 Sat. Augusta State * 7:30 p.m. March 2-4 Fri.-Sun. PBC Championships (Columbus, Ga.) March 10-13 Sat.-Tues. at NCAA DII Southeast Regional (Site TBA) March 21-24 Wed.-Sat. at NCAA DII Elite Eight (Highland Heights, Ky.) Bold denotes home game. * - Peach Belt Conference game

2011-12 Armstrong Men's Basketball Media Guide  

Armstrong Atlantic State University men's basketball 2011-12 Media Guide